I always hated Charms bar in Windows 8.
Alongside a new Start Menu and windowed Metro apps, Microsoft is removing its Charms bar which was useful for touch machines but its implementation with mouse and keyboard has always been awkward, requiring users to mouse over the corners of a screen to delicately initiate them.
Winbeta was the first site which reported this change and now The Verge has also confirmed that current builds of Windows Threshold, which is expected to be named Windows 9, do not include the Charms bar. ZDNet reports that "Metro-style" Windows 8 apps will get title bars that include some menus with the Charms components, and developers will need to add features to enable the share Charm.
A preview version of Windows 9 is likely to be made available later this year, allowing businesses and power users to test the new features ahead of an expected release in spring 2015.