More videos depicting the Windows 9 Start menu have been leaked from German site WinFuture.
One of the new videos shows a Notification Center in action, which will collect and display a range of apps.
Skype has been used as an example of this tool within the video, showing the usual toast and the notifications grouped in the Notification Center by app and time.
A further video also shows how users can add several desktop pages and how to delete them.
Below is the video that was leaked last week seemingly showing the new Windows 9 Start menu in action.
German site Winfuture released the two-minute long video, demonstrating how the new Start menu will work.
It is similar to the Windows 7 Start menu, however, users now have the option to choose between two sections of the menu.
The first consists of a list of traditional apps in the left plane, and a new section on the right that consists of modern apps with 'Live Tiles' that can be resized into small, medium and large tiles.
The right section can also collapse to allow users to look around File Explorer.
As well as this, mouse and keyboard users can click an option to ‘use the Start menu instead of the Start screen’ for easier use.
This news comes after a series of screenshots of the new menu where leaked.
Reports also suggest that Microsoft will hold a technology preview of its new operating system dubbed ‘Threshold’ this autumn. So until then we will have to wait and see what the new Start menu will feature.
Check out the video here:
Another video has been uploaded here - without the 'Live Tiles'.