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Microsoft to seed Windows RT 8.1 update in November, with new Start Menu and improved lockscreen Microsoft

Technology giant Microsoft, which recently released Windows 10 to the public, is now set to introduce the iconic Start Menu to Windows RT users via the Windows RT 8.1 Update 3.

According to a Winbeta report, that quotes Microsoft's official FAQ webpage, users can expect the Start Menu (similar to Windows 10) along with enhancements to the lockscreen of their tablets.

"If you're running Windows RT, your device won't upgrade to Windows 10. We will have an update available in September 2015 that will improve the Start menu and lock screen. Check Windows Update on your Windows RT device to make sure it is ready to download the update when available", states Microsoft's official FAQ section, with regard to users of Windows RT having to upgrade to Windows 10.

Microsoft's official statement above suggests that the Windows RT 8.1 update iteration can be expected in September this year. Winbeta believes that the September update hinted at by Microsoft is the Windows RT 8.1 Update 3.

Users can check out for the new Start Menu and updated lockscreen, upon installing Microsoft's September Windows RT update.

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Windows 10 does not feature a native DVD application which should frustrate a section of old-timers who prefer to enjoy music from removable physical media, rather than via the cloud.

How to run/play DVDs in Windows 10 for free, via official Windows DVD Player app

Step 1: Ensure that your computer runs Windows 10, after having upgraded from a qualifying version of Windows 7/8/8.1. To check eligibility for older OSes, click here. For users having clean-installed Windows 10, the official Windows DVD Player app will have to be purchased by shelling out $15 (£10).

Step 2: Enable automatic Windows Updates within your computers.

Step 3: Wait for the recent KB3081704 Windows 10 update (check notifications) and install it. Users can also choose to manually search for the latest OS update software by navigating to Settings > Update and Security > Check for Updates.

Step 4: Windows 10 will support content playback from DVD, after installing the KB3081704 update. However, users should still depend on third-party apps to play DVD backup files and Blue-Ray discs.

Step 5: Verify DVD playback, by restarting your PC.