The Windows Start Button has been through a lot over the years. From a plain, gray rectangle with the word "Start" printed on it, to the candy-coated orb logo we see today, various changes have been constantly occurring for this often overlooked component of the Windows experience. Now, Windows 7 Start Button Changer introduces even more changes to the start button; only this time, the changes can come from the user.
Of course, many long-time users will recall that back in the days of Windows 3.1, there actually wasn't any start button at all. Not only that, but PCs would typically first boot up into a command-line interface environment known as DOS. After loading up DOS, the user would then have to type "win" into the command line and press <enter>. When Windows 3.1 would load up, the Program Manager window would immediately pop up with a group of icons indicating the available programs and directories.
Nowadays, we have a Windows Start Button that we can click to access a multitude of features for our Windows operating system. But what can one do when the start button becomes too boring and one is sick of looking at the stupid thing? This is where the Windows 7 Start Button Changer comes in. With this application, users can change the Windows Start Button from the commonly-used flashy Windows logo orb to something more interesting.
The Windows 7 Start Button Changer is easy to install and use. Simply run the executable file out of the same folder that contains the new start button images you wish to use, and the application will get to work, altering your start button to something more pleasing to the eye. Its ease of use and great functionality make this program a must-have for every Windows 7 user.