Earlier this year Microsoft demoed a new Start menu to replace the Start screen for non-touch devices in Windows 9. We’ve already seen a first video showing how the new menu works in its current state inside the recently leaked Windows Technical Preview. Today there is a second video from the WinFuture.de YouTube channel that details more about the Start menu for Windows 9.
The video shows moving back and forth between apps and the main menu, and various capabilities for File Manager, Settings, Control Panel, etc.
Also we can see that users can easily remove all the Live Tiles, leaving only the main menu, which give it a little more look like the traditional Start menu users got accustomed to with Windows XP and Widows 7.
How do you like the changes we are now seeing in the leaked version of Windows 9?