Windows 10: Please bring back full screen start menu

Discus and support Please bring back full screen start menu in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; Please bring it back . I have fully adapted to it. I could browse all my apps with a clean wallpaper with no desktop icon. A few big tiles to quick... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by nathassung, Dec 17, 2021.

  1. Please bring back full screen start menu


    Please bring it back . I have fully adapted to it. I could browse all my apps with a clean wallpaper with no desktop icon. A few big tiles to quick show weather while I click into folder to open my Adobe apps, Spotify, and everything up. It is much more versatile and beautiful that a tiny start menu 1/6 of my screen with half of it is a blank recommendation. I have tried the regedit tweak but it seems removed. So, Microsoft deliberately took that away for whatever reason. Fine but PLEASE PLEASE give the old start menu back or just reenable the regedit tweak. I'm going to revert the update fo

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    nathassung, Dec 17, 2021
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  2. topgundcp Win User

    How do I get a screenshot of start menu?

    1. Run snipping tool ( If screen appears grayed out, press ESC, if not continue step 2.)
    2. Click to open the start menu
    3. Hold CTRL and press print Screen. Screen will appear grayed out, ready to capture.

    NOTE: This will work with all popup menus ie. Windows Menu, Context menu etc...
     
    topgundcp, Dec 17, 2021
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  3. How to bring back the old resizable Start Menu


    OK now I understand what you are talking about greg. I am left with what is in the left image below after selecting the taskbar properties on the right.

    Also the "All Apps" menu is alphabetized wasting space.


    Please bring back full screen start menu [​IMG]

    Please bring back full screen start menu [​IMG]
     
    IownAmoneyPit, Dec 17, 2021
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  4. Please bring back full screen start menu

    Need old Windows Start menu

    Hi,

    I realize that you need the old Windows start menu. I will try to help you with this issue.

    You can click the hash icon located above the 3D Builder icon to check if that helps.

    Suggest you to follow these steps to check if that helps:


    • Press Windows key + I to get the Settings screen.

    • Click on Personalization and click Start.

    • Enable the feature for “use start full screen”.

    Keep us informed to help you further.

    Thank you.
     
    Srimadhwa B, Dec 17, 2021
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