According to ZDNet, reporting on Rafael Rivera’s notes, users of Windows 8 will not be able to boot directly to the desktop. This means that users will be forced to use the Windows 8 Start Screen, the tiled, multicolor interface that is at the core of the revisions that Microsoft is shipping as part of its forthcoming operating system. The implications here are myriad, even if our knowledge is somewhat incomplete; until Microsoft lays down the final law in a 10,000 word blog post (All Eyez on Sinofsky), we can’t know for sure if this ban will exist for all users, or if there will be an exemption for enterprise customers of the operating system. Read the full story at The Next Web.
It looks like you won’t be able to boot straight to desktop in Windows 8
Author: Shelly Palmer
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