Tom Warren for The Verge:
[Microsoft’s Tami] Reller stopped short of confirming the Start button will return, but sources close to Microsoft’s Windows Blue plans have previously revealed the company will include this in the final version.
We’ve been over this a million times but this is another problem with insisting on one “no compromises” operating system. When Apple launched iOS, did anyone complain the Apple menu and the Finder were gone?
A fresh start lets you get rid of old baggage. That’s a lesson Microsoft seems determined not to learn.