In Pictures: 5 tricks to restore the Windows 8 Sta...
Pokki is a so-called app store -- upon installation, it places its branded icon to the left of the taskbar in Windows 8’s Desktop Mode environment. Click the icon and a panel pops open in which you can browse through, search for, and install a variety of apps. But there’s an option within the Pokki program which will switch on a Start menu-style UI that will let you launch traditional Windows apps. When you click the Pokki icon with this option on, it then works like a Start button for Windows 8.
In Pictures: 5 tricks to restore the Windows 8 Start menu