If you are happy with the default Start menu of Windows 10 and do not use a third party Start menu replacement like Classic Shell, you might find this tip useful. In this article, we will see how to make the default Start menu of Windows 10 show more tiles.
Windows 8 replaced Gadgets with Live Tiles as a new way to show information to the end user. Live Tiles make use of Windows push notifications to show you updated content from apps in the Windows App Store. Microsoft is working to improve Live Tiles, so you can interact with them. Now that we know Windows 10 is the last big release of Windows, interactive live tiles may be delivered as an update to Windows 10.