Windows 10: Start menu with full labels

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  1.    22 Aug 2016 #11

    dalchina said: View Post
    Everything's fully labelled in Classic Shell (free) start menu... as an example... so you don't have to wait.

    Have a look at Start10, Startisback ..... or search for more. (I don't use these, only mention them).

    If you mouse over the standard symbol for power, you get a tooltip - Power.

    Then you'll find MS adopts the same idea of symbols in Cortana (Documents, Videos, Photos etc)- and you can have those same symbols down the left side of your start menu.. so there are more you can glare at....

    Just don't wait for MS - personalise your PC.

    thank you
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       3 Weeks Ago #12

    Can't remember where I got this from but, here's a shortcut from Windows 8 I had kickin around; it just happens to open the Windows 10 Start Menu Quick List in full labelled mode.

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