Microsoft is set to release a new version of Windows that will feature a start menu as opposed to windows 8 which has no start menu.
The new operating system known as windows 10 is likely to be released by the end of 2015 and will feature numerous changes intended to make Windows 7 users feel at home with the reintroduction of the start menu in a new format plus many useful improvements, like multiple desktops and the jarring transition between traditional desktop apps and touch-friendly Windows Store apps that has been largely eliminated.
Although Windows 10 will look like a retreat from the radical reinvention in Windows 8, the core Windows Store app concept remains in place. Store apps run on a platform called the Windows Runtime, where they are isolated from each other and the operating system, making them safer for users.
The users can download a preview version of the new operating system with all the details available at the Microsoft’s preview site.