You can thank customer feedback for that one.
And by feedback, I invariably me RAGE!
Making Windows 8 easier to use with traditional keyboard and mouse (as opposed to touch input) is top of the patch list, with a search bar and power/settings buttons added to the Start page.
Further information on Microsoft’s planned Windows 8 update is likely slated for the tech firm’s annual Build Conference in San Francisco this week (April 2-4th 2014).
Despite the fact Windows 8.1 only debuted back in October, again but a year after the initial release of Windows 8, this next update is expected sooner. Arguably to hammer home the message that consumers will no longer need to wait years in between Microsoft OS updates.