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Dec 12, 2018 at 10:00 pm #12693344AshrafKeymaster
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Thank you for your generous software downloads and outrageous discounts. I am hoping to learn the art of programming,, and at some future point. design software and apps.
Thank you again,
Micheal FrostDec 13, 2018 at 3:16 am #12694972paul fanningGuest
hi thanks for your generous free offers and are very helpful programs i would like to know how to switch back and forth to my windows 10 start menu without uninstalling start menu x is there a way to do this.
thanking youDec 20, 2018 at 8:04 am #12745844BobGuest
This is a good software for those wanting this option. The best alternative is called “Open Shell” which is free and used to be known as “Classic Start”. It’s freeware and does mostly everything that this does, actually more, Open shell is being actively developed. Classic Shell however is not.
Open shell from Major Geeks link : https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/classic_start.html
When it comes to adding things to your system, especially those that change your systems functionality, one of the most important things you should consider is “SYSTEM USAGE WHILE RUNNING THE SOFTWARE”. I don’t care if you make a PC look beautiful or not, if it slows it down because of it’s resource usage then what’s the point in having a beautiful looking computer if you can’t use it?
My issue with this software is that there is not as many options as freeware Classic Shell or Open Shell. One of the main issues is you don’t have the option to move the mouse to the left corner where you can set it to auto open the METRO start menu in Windows 10 right away or after a user defined time. That’s a big issue for me.
If you want to live in the past, this is the software for you, but Open Shell is better and free and still actively being developed.
Thank you Ashraf!