The Windows 8 operating system has a radically revamped design. So it contains, to the disappointment of many, no start menu like previous Windows versions. Because many people have this feature yet don't want to miss, there are a number of developers who develop software that allows the start menu back in Windows 8 operating system. Pokki is one of the most popular examples.
Pokki is a free start menu for Windows 8. This start menu works as you are used to from, for example, Windows 7 and Windows Vista.
The start menu appears by clicking the Pokki button in the lower left of the window. The menu includes the logos of installed apps that you can select a search field to your apps quickly find on the basis of a keyword. Next to apps also links to the web sites to the start menu can be added. Just as, for example, Windows 7 includes the start menu also has a link to the control panel, and a button to allow Windows to turn off or in the sleep mode.
Your most beloved apps, you can collect in a separate list with favorites. Folders and files, you can also add by right-clicking them in the explorer and "Add to Pokki" to select it.
Pokki has the following characteristics:
You can free download Pokki and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit) from the official site.