Leaked Windows Blue screenshots show smaller icons but still no Start button

Microsoft’s (MSFT) next major Windows update will be crucial for the company because it will show how well it has listened to feedback provided by Windows 8 users who may have found the touch-centric operating system difficult to use at first. The Verge this week got the opportunity to do a hands-on preview with an early version of the upcoming Windows Blue operating system and found that Microsoft has made some important changes to the user interface that should help users make an easier transition from the more traditional desktop version of Windows. Among other things, The Verge found that Windows Blue will shrink the tiles on the Start screen to make it easier to fit more applications in one

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