Guide to Switch Start Screen and Start Menu in Windows 10

Published November 14, 2014 by Admin

As we all know that the Start Menu is added to Windows 10 operating system again. This is different from Windows 8. If you use Windows 10 operating system, you may confuse whether the Microsoft has replaced the Start Screen with the Start Menu. In fact, the truth is that the Start Screen is still on the system, which can be enabled again. Generally, by default, the Start Menu is enabled and the Start Screen is disabled. But if you prefer the Start Screen, you can enable it with the step-by-step guide below. Now, let’s see how to switch between Start Screen and Start Menu in you Windows.

How to switch between Start Menu and Start Screen in Windows 10

Step 1: please right click the Taskbar>click on Properties when a menu appears


Step 2: navigate to Start Menu tab

start menu

Step 3: uncheck the box before “Use the Start menu instead of the Start Screen” and click apply

use start menu

Step 4: Then you will get a window which requires you to confirm to sign out and change settings, and then you should click on Sign out and change settings to save the changes

change start settings

Step 5: restart your computer and you will get the Start Screen instead of the Start Menu.

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