Microsoft to shroud Metro begin screen with Windows 8.1 Update
There are reports circling, incorporating this January 30 one from The Verge, that Microsoft may be ready to shroud its Metro Start Screen with Windows 8.1 Update 1, by turning on as a matter of course the boot-to-desktop setting.
On the other hand, I'm listening to this may not wind up being the situation when Windows 8.1 Update 1 starts to be made accessible to clients preloaded on new Pcs and pushed through Windows Update. (That rollout is as far as anyone knows beginning in mid-March.)
Windows watcher may review that in the wake of denying by and large to incorporate a boot-to-desktop setting with Windows 8.0, Microsoft surrendered with Windows 8.1 and included boot-to-desktop alternative to its working framework.
The nearing Windows 8.1 Update 1 is centered above all else on making Windows 8.1 more satisfactory to conventional mouse/desktop clients. This is an exceptional thing, as this is the center of Microsoft's sizeable introduced base. Furthermore, as I would like to think, it was a doubtful thought from the start to attempt to drive clients running Windows 8.x on non-touch equipment to cooperate with the working framework in a touch-first manner.
In the event that Microsoft did make skipping the Metro Start screen a default alternative, the organization might give designers even to a lesser degree motivation to compose Windows Store/metro Style applications. Yes, the capability to stick Metro Style applications to the desktop undertaking bar is evidently some piece of Windows 8.1 Update 1, as has been accounted for formerly. Be that as it may if clients don't have motivating force to search out Metro Style applications from the get-go, why trouble?
The list of capabilities for Windows 8.1 Update 1 is accepted to be bolted in as of right now, consistent with one of my contacts. While there's no explanation for why Microsoft couldn't select to make boot-to-desktop a general default - or even simply the default on non-touch devices/machines - my contacts don't accept this is right now the arrangement.
Microsoft authorities aren't remarking on anything to do with Windows 8.1 Update 1. They still haven't even confirmed it exists, in spite of the fact that there have been spilled fabricates and private showings of the advancing upgrade.