We are back again with another tutorial for new users of Windows 10.
This time it is a rather simple, yet important one.
One of the main features in Windows 10, is the Start Menu. Thought it is not entirely the same as the one in Windows 7, it is a welcome addition to Windows 10, after being infamously removed from Windows 8 and the dreaded Metro UI.
The Start Menu consists of two parts, as we have already seen in many different articles, especially this one. If you don’t like the Start Menu, you can switch to one of our suggested alternative Start Menu apps.
If you do like the Start Menu, and wish to know how to pin apps to the Live Tile [...]
If you just upgraded to Windows 10, and find that the Start Menu does not meet your expectation, you may not be alone.
A lot of people don’t like the live tiles that the Windows 10 Start Menu has on the right pane.
Of course, you can just unpin all the tiles, and end up with a huge blank space on the right pane. You can then resize the Start Menu. Even then it may not be up to the mark, as Windows 7’s Start Menu was, especially as the All Apps section is a bit awkward.
If you want a Windows 7 like Start Menu, in Windows 10, look no further. Classic Menu is the best out there. It also packs in other cool features like [...]
Microsoft begins promoting Windows 10, with a new video campaign, and a TV commercial focusing on why the new operating system is good.
The series is called “10 reasons to upgrade” and the first video is now available on YouTube.
Microsoft’s biggest feature in Windows 10, is undeniably the Start Menu. It was infamously removed from Windows 8, and the criticism which followed the release of the operating system, was pretty intense. The majority of the users felt the Metro UI was clunky and the lack of the Start Menu only added to the agony. It was not very user friendly, as users began to search for the Start Menu, and eventually ended up using [...]
Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 10162 last week, for the Fast Ring members of the Windows Insider Program.
It was soon followed by the release of the ISO for the build, to allow users to upgrade over the weekend.
Then, a couple of days later, the Redmond Company released Build 10162 to the Slow Ring users, as it was found to be very stable. And I have to agree, the one build does seem to give better battery life, the system boots really fast, and the performance is quite good, except for some issues.
Let me list them below:Windows Store Apps crashes upon launch in Build 10162. Microsoft Edge crashes upon launch. The Start Menu does not [...]