If you’re more familiar and comfortable with Windows-style start button and folders than you are with Android’s default configuration, Taskbar – Windows 8 Style might just be the app you’re looking for. It doesn’t require root privileges to run.
Once you tap the Start button, you see a very familiar Windows-like Start menu. The app also shows a Taskbar at the bottom, allowing you switch apps on the fly. It also contains application shortcuts for stock apps, but what’s more interesting is that fact that you can easily customize these shortcuts and replace them with the ones you desire. The app also lets you quickly toggle Airplane mode, Wifi and Bluetooth, though you can customize shortcuts to these options as well if required. Speaking of customization, you can tap Settings in the the Start menu to customize the app. You can tinker quite a few different options such as easily enabling or disabling the Taskbar itself, editing the start menu and settings items, and altering its layout.
Check it out for free on Google Play
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Taskbar - Windows 8 style Change logs
Support new languages: Japanese, Dutch, Norwegian, Slovenian
Fixed rearrange items bug
Added languages: Albanian, Croatian
Support mixed folder
Ability to add shortcut to primary list and mixed folder
Simplify creating a folder
Add new folder
Add brightness settings as default
Option for keyboard auto adjustment
Change label of flash light to “Torch”
Start button shows after reboot when it’s previously hidden