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Classic Start Replacing Classic Shell on GitHub

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Classic Start Replacing Classic Shell on GitHub

JohnBurns » July 10th, 2018, 10:15 pm

Classic Shell was stopped being developed in December, 2017 by it's originator and he released Source Code. Until now, it was uncertain what was going to happen to Classic Start. However in the past few days, Classic Start ( as opposed to Classic Shell) has been updated to work with Insider Windows 10 builds, meaning it will continue to work in Windows 10.

More info can be found at the following links if you are concerned about continuation of this app:

Update: 07/29/2018 .Link to Ten Forums removed - no longer working Info on GitHub indicates it may have been renamed Neo Classic - https://github.com/passionate-coder/Classic-Start/commit/10a42e8add9dd2d0437e6399b82d2ea390ad15ed

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/classic_start.html

08/14/2018 Update It is now being called Open Shell - updates are at : https://ci.appveyor.com/project/passionate-coder/open-shell-menu/build/artifacts
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