A screenshot has surfaced on the web via the My Digital Life forums showing what appears to be a very early build of the Windows 9 start menu. To facilitate both tablet and desktop users, they’ve essentially combined that of the Windows 7 start menu and Windows 8 tile interface to bring the best of both worlds.
"The Halo inspired personal assistant is already available to Windows Phone so I guess Microsoft decided that a desktop version will also be pretty neat. Can’t really argue with that."
Windows 9 is expected to come equipped with Storage Sense, a feature that allows users to better managed their storage.
Just earlier today, Winfuture.de posted screenshots of Windows 9, revealing many photos of Microsoft’s new flagship operating system. They have just added a video which shows the start menu and start screen in action.