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Windows 10 Start Menu
This document will explain how to navigate and customize the Windows 10 Start Menu.
There are three sections to the Windows 10 Start Menu.
B) Applications ListFrom here, you can access folders that you choose to show, modify your account settings, modify your system settings, and shutdown or restart your computer.
From here, you can access all the applications that are installed on your computer. They are listed in alphabetical order. Newly installed applications will appear temporarily at the top of the list.
C) Application Tiles
Applications that support the new tile framework will appear here. You can also add application shortcuts to this area.
You can tell Windows which folders you would like to have in the sidebar.
1. Open Settings
2. Select Personalization -> Start -> Choose which folders appear on Start
From here, you can select folders from the list to display. Once you have selected the folders you want, close Settings.
3. Open the Start Menu to verify that the setting was changed.
To navigate the Apps List more quickly, you can click a section header to zoom out to an alphabetical menu. From here, select the category your application is in and Windows will take you to the part of the list that has these apps.
1. Locate the application you would like to add in the Apps List.2. Drag it into the Tiles
1. Right click the tile you would like to remove.2. Click Unpin from Start