With Windows 10 is finally here, you may be surprised that exciting changes are in store for you and your PC. In addition, the new system will be easy to get used to?
The short answer is, we can absolutely guarantee you’ll be up and running with the new operating system in next to no time. Of course, there is much that is different, but for Windows 10 is designed to make your computing life easier and more streamlined than ever before.
In this lesson, we will begin the journey, looking at the Start menu, and see what has changed with the launch of Windows 10. Let’s begin!
1. Pin the application on the Start menu
We start by adding a program to the Start menu, new. If you are familiar with how to do that in Windows 7, it should be exactly the same routine here. Find the app you want to add, right-click and select «Pin to start.”
2. On the tile
Now We have the application icon in the pinned to the Start menu as a tile. You can customize the Start menu by resizing and moving the tiles around. Right-click on one to bring up the pull-down menu. You can switch live tiles on or off, change their size and more.
3. Changing the size of the application pinned
Here we will change the size of the tiles to make it smaller. Download from the Windows Store offers more resizing options, while other programs only have the opportunity to move from medium to small. You can drag the tiles in the order you like.
4. The group and the name of
You can arrange the tiles in groups. Groups can be renamed to a category, for example. To do this, move the cursor just above each column group and click the left mouse button once, you can now enter a name for the group.
5. All applications
In Windows 10 Start menu comes a slight change in how you access program (which is similar to Windows 7 ) – All applications tab at the bottom of the Start menu brings up a list of everything installed on your computer for quick and easy access.
6. Change the size of all the
If you feel the Start menu is still too large, you can change the size of the whole thing. Do you have a window, move the mouse to the edge of the Start menu and the left mouse button. Now you can spend to drag and resize the Start menu for the size you want.
7. The Classic mode of Windows 8
If you do not really want to leave Windows 8 and skip menu Tile, Microsoft has it covered. Just click the diagonal arrow in the top right corner of the Start menu. From now on, it will expand the Start menu on the screen.
8. Turn on the Tablet mode
If you have a tablet 2-in-1, the more desktop interface may not be for you . If you want to return to a style more akin to Windows 8, click Settings in the Start menu, then go to “System” and switch to “Tablet Mode”.
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