While the Start button would clearly make the operating system
more familiar, Foreman explains that Microsoft should actually focus on fixing the Start Screen's drawbacks rather than abandon this new concept and bring back the Start Menu.
“The new Start screen has a lot of advantages, with some major drawbacks. I would prefer Microsoft to fix the drawbacks instead of reverting back to the old, familiar, design
of the Start menu. There is no doubt that Windows 8 has a learning curve, but so did Windows 95 and we all grew accustomed to that,” he said.