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Alan Buckingham

Alan Buckingham

Alan is an avid fan of all things technology, including Microsoft, Android, Google, and more. When not writing about or using gadgets and software, he can be found on the trails hiking or mountain biking. View author profile

  • Amit kumar

    Wow, thanks Alan for sharing such a needed article on this topic. i have read few articles on this topic before but i personally feel that this article is best and detailed. you have very nicely described these above points about – How to Remove the Start button in Windows 8.1. thanks again Alan for sharing this informative post with us.

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    The right click menu was there without the start button in 8.0 (move mouse in corner, right click. Or, press Win+X). There is no reason to keep the start menu button EXCEPT users with only a touch screen can now access the right click menu by long pressing on it.