Windows 8 Customer Preview introduced a new interface in "metro" style where the classic Start button isn’t anymore implemented in the way we usually have seen on previews version of Windows. To access the new "Start", you have to hold the mouse on the right bottom side of the screen, but if you want to bring it back, Stardock has created a free software, called Start8, where the main function is bringing back the Windows Start menu. From Start8, you can also Shutdown, Run commands or Search apps.
After Downloading Windows 8 Consumer Preview and installing it, here are the first screenshots of the new Microsoft Operation System.
Windows 8 Consumer Preview ISO files (.iso) are provided as an alternative to using Windows 8 Consumer Preview Setup. If you are on a PC running Windows and want to install the consumer preview on another partition, another PC, or a virtual machine, we recommend you download Windows 8 Consumer Preview Setup and use the built-in tools for converting an ISO image into installation media, such as a DVD or USB bootable flash drive.
64-bit (x64) Download (3.3 GB)
32-bit (x86) Download (2.5 GB)
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Windows 8 Consumer Preview is prerelease software that may be substantially modified before it’s commercially released. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. Some product features and functionality may require additional hardware or software. If you decide to go back to your previous operating system, you’ll need to reinstall it from the recovery or installation media that came with your PC.