If you are familiar with Windows Vista then you would have come across the Start button. In Windows Vista, Start button has its own unique layout and can be activated either by pressing a button, by pressing menu and by using keyboard arrow keys together. It is an extra window that appears on the desktop screen as well as any other screen that contains the taskbar or the task bar itself. You can use this extra window to launch your applications or to open the Windows Task Manager. Moreover, Start button 8 also works in conjunction with the hardware that supports graphical user interface.
If you use a modern device that supports multi-touch input such as capacitive multi-touch display, then Start button can sense automatically recognize the motion of your finger on the touch sensitive surfaces of the laptop keyboard and let you launch your chosen applications without hassle. Start button 8 utilizes multi-touch and graphic card resources so it is very easy to install and remove. - Very easy and fast access to graphical user interface controls. - The Windows Task Manager that appears on the lower-left corner of the screen can be easily accessed through the Start button and you can select the applications, if you wish to switch between them.
Furthermore, the Start button simplifies the computing experience. You do not need to go to start menu anymore, instead just click on the Start button. Furthermore, if you have got an older computer that does not support a graphical user interface, then you would definitely find the new version of start menu quite convenient because the old start button would disappear, thus providing you a clutter free desk top. Moreover, you can easily pin the start menu on the right side of the desktop so that it is accessible to your entire family effortlessly.