Customize The Start Menu In Windows 10
One of the special features in Windows 10 has been praised, the Start menu that provides quick access to files, apps, settings and options it provides. Here we will see how we can customize Windows 10 Start menu, it will be changed and edited.
To do this, first click on the Start button.
Then click on Settings.
In the Personnalization choose Settings.
Now, in the menu bar at the left of the window Personnalization click on Start.
In the right part of the window you see five options. You can drag any of them with white button icons to the left in front of them disabled or enabled by swiping to the right.
The first option, Ocasionally show suggerstions in start Microsoft to present a proposal apps on the Start menu Suggested used.
The second option, Show most used apps that allows users to view the most used applications on the Windows Start menu and provides the Most Used.
The third option, Show recently added apps in the menu Recently Added Start, view provides the latest apps installed in Windows.
Use Start full screen fourth option is enabled it will display a full-screen Start menu is similar to the Windows 8 Start screen.
The fifth option, Show recently opened items in jump list on start of the taskbar, which allows quick opening folders, files and windows in the Start menu and Taskbar provides. With this setting enabled, when the cursor arrow on a put-up Start menu appears when you select this arrow, a list of items to be opening this up become clearer. This happens when you place the cursor on the icon in the Taskbar thumbnail-up occurs it up.
And finally, click on the Choose which folders appear on start, you can specify which folders are displayed Start Windows environment.