By Jared Newman
Apr 24, 2012 9:06 AM
Microsoft has announced that it will launch a “Release Preview”
of Windows 8 during the first week of June. This will likely be a feature-complete version of Windows 8, requiring only bug fixes before the final product launch later this year.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the things Microsoft should change in the Release Preview.
Bring Back the Start Button, or Something Like It
Most people are not power users. Without any sort of guidance on how to navigate the Windows 8 desktop without a Start button, they will be lost. For proof, watch this video of Chris Pirillo's father
trying to use Windows 8. Microsoft made a bad call to ditch the Start button without any guidance in its place.