Microsoft Admits Failure: ‘Start Button’ back on Windows 8

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Trying to fix the most recent Microsoft SNAFU, the Microsoft CFO and CMO of Windows, Tami Reller, announced that the Start Button will return to the newest, but highly criticized operating system.

The newest update, coined “Windows 8.1,” contains a number of fixes and new features in addition to the return of the Start Button.

The company has acknowledged that while 100 million Windows 8 licenses have been sold since the release in late October, users have complained about the big changes. The Windows 8.1 update will be available as soon as June 2013 and is scheduled to phase out the Windows 8.0 version by the end of the year.

Kue has a Masters in Business Administrations (MBA) from California State University, Fresno. He works as the Director of Education and Outreach for the California Department of Business Oversight in addition to being a contributing writer for news, business, and international blogs. He has also written, directed, and produced an award-winning film as well as authored several books on business, philosophy, and Asian folk lore.