Windows has undergone many changes from Windows XP to Windows 10. Today, the operating system has slightly different ways to do the same tasks. Compared to Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows 10 has a less confusing user interface and the Start menu is revived. In this article, we will see the various ways to restart and shutdown a Windows 10 PC.
If you are running the recent Windows 10 build 10130 for Windows Insiders, you might have faced a strange issue that the Start menu does not open reliably. Most of the times although not always, when you press the Win key on the keyboard or when you click the Start button, nothing happens. I faced with this issue recently and it just wasn't working for me. Luckily I found a trick to resolve it. Here is what helped me.
Windows 10 features a most used section of apps in the Start menu similar to previous versions of Windows going as far back as Windows XP. However, if you have no use for it and need to make the Start Menu more clean and simple, you may want to turn off this list. In this article, we will see how to disable and remove the most used apps from the Start menu in Windows 10.
The new Start menu is something that long time Windows users are looking forward to in the Windows 10 operating system. Starting with build 10125, it is finally possible to customize the Start menu and add or remove items you see in the left side of the Start menu. Here is how.
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.
The new Start menu is something that long time Windows users are looking forward to in the upcoming Windows 10 operating system. Several images of the unreleased Windows 10 build 10114 have appeared on the internet. From the leaked images, we notice some changes which the Start menu is undergoing in Windows 10.
Images of private Windows 10 builds continue to leak to the Internet. The latest leaks indicate a darker appearance of Metro UI along with an updated Settings app.