The new Windows 10 start menu search has worked perfectly, but recently it won’t show apps like it should. If you’re having a similar issue, here’s some fixes.
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There are times when the Start menu refuses to work and has a “Critical Error” message. Learn how to fix the Start menu not working in Windows 10 issue.
When the lives tiles are not working, it can be very annoying. Here’s how to auto flush the live tiles on shutdown to fix the live tiles not updating issue.
Making the Start menu transparent lets you read text on a document behind it. Here is how you can increase the transparency of the Start Menu.
The Windows 10 Start Menu isn’t perfect. One issue you may be having is blank tiles in the Start menu. If this is happening to you, here are a few solutions.
When you click on All Apps in the Windows 10 start menu it displays all installed apps. Prefer not to have this shown? Here’s how to remove the All Apps option.
New to the tile-based approach of the Windows 10 Start Menu? Get our top 5 tips for using the Start Menu in Windows 10 and making it work for you.
Looking to add website links to the Windows 10 start menu so that you can access them more easily and quickly? Here’s how to do that.
The Windows 10 Start Menu supports four tile sizes but doesn’t provide a quick way to customize tile icon size or change the icon. Here’s how to customize the Windows 10 Start Menu tiles.
If you miss the classic-style Start menu in Windows 8 or Windows 10, you can now get it back with a lightweight application called Classic Shell. Check it out.
After the long wait, Windows 10 has finally been released for the general public. Have you tried it yet?
The start menu in Windows 10 is highly customizable. In case you are wondering, here are some of the ways to customize your Windows 10 start menu.
Version 8.1 of Windows brings back the Start menu, which looks dull and is not customizable. Windows 8.1 Start Button Changer allows you to change the start button in Windows 8.1
Yes, the Start button is back in Windows 8.1. No, it is not what you expect it to be. Here is what you will get with the Windows 8.1 Start button.
The Start Button in Windows 8 was eliminated, and while Windows 8.1 is promising to bring back the Start Button, what about the Start Menu?
One of the biggest complaints Windows 8 users have is that there is no way to get the Start Menu back. Microsoft took away one of the most used features of previous versions and gave users no way to get around it. With programs like Power8, you can get the Start Menu back in Windows 8.
Windows 8 does not give users a way to create or pin live tiles on their own, so users must rely on third party programs to do it. WinAero’s Pin to 8 is a great solution for users looking to pin to the Windows 8 Start Screen.
The new Start Screen is the most visually interesting feature in Windows 8. While it has received a mixed response from the users, it is undoubtedly the highlight of the OS. If you are new to Windows 8 Start Screen, here is the ways to customize and make better use of it.