Yes, which will now serve as a starter for the Start Screen not the Start Menu. In all actuality the button is irrelevant. What is relevant is the application that the button starts. So why would I be talking about the button itself? It is not the absences of the button that I care about. Its the absence of the start menu and what was used as a replacement. I can learn to ignore the Start Screen as I have so many other application MS has peddled, if only they give me a choice. A choice to keep what I'm familiar with or give me something I would be willing to migrate to before stripping the Start Menu from me.