Is there any Start Menu (that I can use along with Gnome 3) that looks like traditional Windows Start Menu? If so, It's also possible to see all open applications on the "Taskbar"?
You wanted the Start menu back in Windows 8.1. Microsoft listened ... and didn't give it to you. Now Lenovo says that if a Start Menu is what it will take to get you to start buying Windows 8 PCs, then by gum, a Start Menu you shall have.
I have Classic Shell installed, but Windows 8.1 installed its own Start Menu. It really sucks. I tried to use it, but I miss the list of most recently used apps, just typing to find the program I want (or Control Panel item), and the compact list of installed apps.
The headlines are loud and clear today. Microsoft brings back the Start Button in Windows 8! Huzzah! ZONG! But don’t believe the hype. We’ve been duped.
Windows 8.1′s Start Button isn’t the Start Button of old. The classic multi-step application launcher is still missing.
When I used windows xp, when I pressed a key with the windows logo, start menu opened and the bottom panel with window buttons appeared no matter what. Even in a fullscreen mode it was possible to click windows button, then Start menu opened and window buttons panel appeared.
SweetLabs took the wraps off a new and improved version of its Pokki software this morning. It adds a Start menu back into Windows 8 that is loaded with functionality above that found in previous versions of Windows.
I have installed Windows 7 in a Virtual Box which is running on top of Ubuntu 12.04 beta 64 bits. Guest additions are installed, everything is working fine with my Windows.
There are just two little things I'd like to improve:
When I'm in Windows (ie.