Windows 10: Start Menu Appearance On Open
Start Menu Appearance On Open
Hello everyone. I've loved this sight and its Windows 7 counterpart for long time. Thank you for all the work you do and for the information you provide.
My question is can I make the Start Menu open up like what is shown in the image below, instead of the long list of programs down the left side?
How to change the way the Start Menu looks when opened
Hello everyone. I'm a long time viewer of this site and it's Windows 7 counterpart. Thank you for all of your hard work.
Is there a way to change the way the Start Menu looks when it is opened to look like the image below?
Thank you. And apologies for posting this twice.
You can click and drag the edge and change the tile sizes. And there's tablet mode (full screen). (Settings, search for 'tablet').
You could hide the All Apps list in the Start menu to help some.
Start Menu App List - Hide or Show in Windows 10
Thank you so much
You're most welcome.
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