How to Boot To Desktop In Windows 8.1
The new Navigation options provided in Windows 8.1 are so full of surprises that we couldn’t hold our horses exploring all of them. You can access them by selecting ‘Taskbar and Navigation Properties’ from the right-click context menu of the Taskbar, and then going to the ‘Navigation’ tab.
Even though not much has changed in Windows 8.1 it terms of the overall design philosophy of the OS, people are still quite excited to try out the latest version due to the new features and improvements added by Microsoft. Ever since we got our hands on the update, we have been scrutinizing every bit of Windows 8.1 in our coverage so you might want to keep a tab on it. Did we tell you that in addition to bringing back the Start button, Windows 8.1 also allows you to boot straight to desktop now? In this post, we will be covering features like boot to desktop, as well as various other options found in the newly introduced in the Navigation tab of the Taskbar Properties dialog that make it possible to disable the top hot corners, use your Desktop’s background on Start screen, and a lot more.
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