Windows 10 comes with a completely reworked Start menu, which combines Live Tiles introduced in Windows 8 with classic app shortcuts. With the modern Start Menu you can arrange your pinned tiles into groups and name them according to your preferences. Starting in Windows 10 build 18272, it is possible to unpin a group of tiles all at once.
Windows 10 comes with a completely reworked Start menu, which combines Live Tiles introduced in Windows 8 with classic app shortcuts. 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 it useful to arrange your pinned tiles into groups and name them according to your preferences.
In Windows 10, there is a built-in Photos app which allows viewing images and performing basic editing. Its tile is pinned to the Start menu by default. In this post, we will see how to change the appearance of the Live Tile for the Photos app and make it show your recent photos, or a single image.
The Live Tiles feature made its first appearance in a desktop OS in Windows 8. Apps pinned to the Start screen could show updates from your friends, photos, new emails, app notifications and so on. To see updates from an app, you did not have to open it. Windows 10 supports Live Tiles in the Start menu. Similar to Windows 8, there is a way to clear update notifications displayed on Live Tiles in Windows 10 every time you sign in so they are reset tiles to their default look. Let's see how.