For Windows 7, it will simply substitute its start menu with the XP start menu, which will make it much simpler. For Windows 8, however, it will have to go ahead and add a start menu access, as the new Microsoft operating system has completely eliminated the characteristic drop-down menu.
The program also gives you several options to configure and personalize the start menu, letting you easily change the menu's background images, and the shutdown, re-start, and hibernate buttons.
Classic Windows Start Menu will come as a relief to many users of the new Microsoft operating systems who just want to get their classic start menu back and save themselves the hassles. Plus, the add-on doesn’t even require installation on Windows 7.