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The return of the Start button
It’s back. In fact, there’s no way to hide the new Start button. A simple click takes you to the Start screen. One noteworthy change on the right-click power user’s menu is a new set of Shutdown options.
Changes in File Explorer
If you’re worried that Libraries are gone, you can relax. A right-click reveals this shortcut menu, which lets you restore Libraries (and change This PC back to Computer).
If you want to configure a Windows 8.1 PC to work as much like Windows 7 as possible, start here. You can bypass the Start screen at startup, show the Apps view automatically when you go to Start, and list desktop apps first so you’re not distracted by unwanted Windows 8 apps.