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You can install a third-party Start menu, but Microsoft won’t offer one. Well, maybe you can use a Windows Explorer shell replacement.In the Developer Preview of Windows 8, you could use a registry tweak to disable Metro completely and get the Start menu back. Microsoft is adamant that Windows 8 users — particularly tablet users — can use Windows 8 without ever touching the desktop.The traditional desktop is still around in Windows 8, and it’s probably the best Windows desktop yet (aside from not having a Start menu.) But with the introduction of the Windows 8 desktop, Microsoft is setting it the traditional desktop for the kill.The writing is on the wall here — touch and Metro are the future. No, Windows 8 isn’t final yet — but the Consumer Preview is out, and Microsoft calls it “the complete vision for the product.” That’s right, folks — we’ll see bugs fixed and rough spots polished, but this is the Windows 8 we’re going to get. It doesn’t matter if you never want to use it — you’ll see it each time you log in.
You can also press any button on your keyboard, but that wasn’t at all obvious to me.
The app store will automatically install your Metro apps, update them and keep them in sync across your computers.