Classic Shell License Agreement
While previous versions were compatible with Windows Vista and higher, versions from 3.9.0 no longer support Windows Vista/Server 2008.  Classic Shell was never popular or necessary on Vista, since Vista, like XP, came up with the ability to return to a classic start menu. Classic Shell is a free software that allows you to customize the Start menu to be like Windows 7 or classic style. It runs Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. It`s easy to use. Simply download, install, choose the style you want and you get the Start menu! Note: Classic Shell is free for personal and commercial use, check out the faq-general_free for more information. After struggling to repair the Start menu 3 times, I installed classic shell in despair. Glad to have done so. Win10 is always buggy like hell.
However, as the Shell Classic app replaces the Start menu, they cannot collect the data needed to change the bits. So that`s what we assume, why Microsoft prevents you from installing third-party menu applications. This agreement gives you only a few rights to use the software. The author reserves all other rights. If you`re not familiar with the Windows 8 home screen, which is supposed to be more user-friendly for touch devices, or Windows 8.1 that comes with a Start button, but it`s still not easy to use with the Windows 7 Start menu, or the classic style, then you can like Shell Classic. The use of Classic Shell 4.2 Beta works well with Windows 10 9926 and the new version. It would be nice to see the classic shell with an option to bring the “System Recovery” icon back into the Start menu. It can be created on the desktop and then “attached” to the classic start menu, if you know how to do it. I`ve done it and I`m working well. The Shell Beta Classic works as a nice well designed tool and is a necessary part for anyone who comes from XP.
I use Shall classic (XP) for years. I gradually had Windows Vista, 7 -8.1 I recently installed Windows 10 for free. The installation was event-free and runs smoothly. The tiles on the Windows home screen contain 3 for Shell classic. When I turn on my computer, the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen is the Windows button.