Just head to Settings > Personalization > Start and turn on the “Show more tiles on Start” option. With the “Show more tiles on Start” option on, you can see that the tile column has expanded by the width of one medium-sized tile.
Pin and unpin tiles
To pin an app to the right panel of the Start menu as a tile, find the app in the center-left panel of the Start menu and right-click it. Click Pin to Start, or drag and drop it into the tile section of the Start menu.
Head to Settings > Personalization > Start. On the right, scroll all the way to the bottom and click the “Choose which folders appear on Start” link. Choose whatever folders you want to appear on the Start menu. And here’s a side-by-side look at how those new folders look as icons and in the expanded view.
The rest of the process is straightforward. Right-click and choose New > Shortcut. Enter the full path of the executable file or ms-settings shortcut you want to add (as in the example shown here), click Next, and then enter a name for the shortcut. Repeat this process for any other shortcuts you want to add.
How do I restore the normal desktop in Windows 10?
- Click or tap the Start button.
- Open the Settings application.
- Click or tap on “System”
- In the pane on the left of the screen scroll all the way to the bottom until you see “Tablet Mode”
- Ensure the toggle is set to off to your preference.
11 авг. 2015 г.
How do I get Windows 10 back to default screen?
Restore default your desktop appearance and sounds. Click on “Desktop” under the “Personalization” menu. Click in the check box next to each of the display settings that you wish to return to default settings.
How do I get back to normal desktop on Windows 10?
How to Get to the Desktop in Windows 10
- Click the icon in the lower right corner of the screen. It looks like a tiny rectangle that’s next to your notification icon. …
- Right click on the taskbar. …
- Select Show the desktop from the menu.
- Hit Windows Key + D to toggle back and forth from the desktop.
27 мар. 2020 г.
See all your apps in Windows 10
- To see a list of your apps, select Start and scroll through the alphabetical list. …
- To choose whether your Start menu settings show all your apps or only the most used ones, select Start > Settings > Personalization > Start and adjust each setting you want to change.
The best thing to do is uninstall these apps. In the search box, start typing “add” and the Add or remove programs option will come up. Click it. Scroll on down to the offending app, click it, and then click Uninstall.
Instead, click Start to open the Start menu, right-click the “All Programs” option, and then choose “Open” to head to your personal user-specific start menu folder. You can also click “Open All Users” to open up the system-wide Start folder applied to all users.
Right-click, hold, drag and drop the .exe file that launch the apps to the Programs folder on the right. Select Create shortcuts here from the context menu. Right-click the shortcut, select Rename, and name the shortcut exactly how you want it to appear in the All apps list.
The easiest way to add an item to the Start menu for all users is to click the Start button then right-click on All Programs. Select the Open All Users action item, shown here. The location C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart Menu will open. You can create shortcuts here and they’ll show up for all users.