Windows 10: Where is the Taskbar & Start Menu Properties in the Anniversary Update
Where is the Taskbar & Start Menu Properties in the Anniversary Update
In 1511 I right clicked in the Start field and it brought up a Properties link. Then there were lots of configuration setting for the Start screen. That no longer works.
To the point, before I was able to hide the Apps column and access it by clicking All Apps. I'd like to reset that back.
No, sorry. People keep asking.. this is a design change by MS as you will see if you search the web for articles e.g.
"what has changed in the windows anniversary edition"
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If you don't like it, I recommend using a 3rd party start menu. The Win 10 start menu fails miserably in representing a Win 7 style start menu folder structure using subfolders.
Yes, you are correct.
The message has been quite clear for the past year: "Your preferences are not important. Just get used to it."
...MS is on a mission. Cross platform compatibility with one offering. But it's also had to backtrack a bit. Windows is less flexible than it was in some ways, exp. appearance.
You are still free to install a 3rd party menu. I use Classic Shell- it just works.
I've played with those, including classic shell. It's just not so important I need to invest the time.
My only beef is that this PC is in an office setting, and when I fire it up in the morning to get some work done I don't need to be dealing with my workspace changing without notice (or permission).
Before the update, there was "all programs" which would hide all the apps but now they're all exposed as soon as you click the start button. How to remove this long ugly list?
As mentioned I updated my windows 10 yesterday, it took a while but finally it went all good. However some things are bugging me crazy after the process.
The menu start before the update used to show only the tiles, now after the new...
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I tried everything to solve this problem but i can't fix it. 56804
Here's a screenshot of "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" dialog from a fresh clean install of Windows 10 Pro x64
As you can see, despite its name, it does not have a tab for "Start Menu". I remember that Preview versions of Windows 10...