“All Apps” Button Missing From Start Menu In Windows 10


Most PC users often use the All apps (previously known as All programs) button in the Start menu to quickly view installed programs and apps. As you likely know, the “All programs” option has been renamed as “All apps” in Windows 10 and appears at the left bottom of the Start menu when you open […]

File Explorer Icon Missing From Start Menu In Windows 10


With default settings, Windows 10 displays File Explorer icon in the lower left side of the Start menu as well as in the taskbar so that users can quickly launch File Explorer. While File Explorer opens to Quick Access by default, you can configure the File Explorer open to This PC. In Windows 10 and […]

How To Disable App Suggestions In Start Menu In Windows 10


With default settings, Windows 10 occasionally displays app suggestions in the left-side of the Start menu. As you can you see in the picture below, Windows 10 is suggesting me to install the TouchMail app. As said before, app suggestions appear in Start menu occasionally, and you will not see app suggestions each time you […]

How To Add Another Column To Start Menu In Windows 10


Windows 10 supports a total of four sizes for Start menu tiles: small, medium, wide, and large. One can change the size of a tile by right-clicking on it, selecting Resize, and then clicking one of the sizes. With default settings, the Windows 10’s Start menu displays three columns of app tiles, if tiles size […]

How To Pin Websites To Start Menu In Windows 10


The Start menu in Windows 10 can be used not just to pin apps and programs but also pin folders and websites. While pinning programs and folders are supported out of the box, pinning websites to the Start menu is not a straight-forward job though. Pinning a program or folder to the Start menu is […]

Three Ways To Use Start Menu Search Filters In Windows 10


The Start menu or taskbar search is fairly good in Windows 10. While there is no dedicated search box on the Start menu itself, there is a search box by default on the taskbar. One can also access the Start menu search without clicking the search box or search icon. One needs to simply open […]

How Do I Add Search Box To Start Menu In Windows 10?


At first, the Start menu in Windows 10 looks different from the Start menu in Windows 7 and earlier versions. The new look is largely because of app tiles on the right-side of the Start menu and slightly because of the absence of the search box. Both Vista and Windows 7 would display a search […]

Tips To Search Faster Using Windows 10 Start Menu


If you have been using Windows 10 as your primary operating system for months, you likely know how to effectively use the Start menu to quickly search for apps. That said, we are sure that most of you not aware of at least one of the tips shared in this article. Searching for a file, […]

Fix: “These Results May Be Incomplete” In Start Menu Search


Those of you who have spent considerable amount of time with Windows 10 and those of you who often use the Start menu search probably have seen “These results may be incomplete” message while searching for something using the Start menu search. The “These results may be incomplete” message actually appears when the search indexing […]

Win10Tile: Create Custom Start Menu Tiles In Windows 10


The all new Start menu is truly one of the best features of Windows 10 operating system. There are plenty of settings to customize the default look of the Start menu, but there is no option out there to create custom tiles. Win10Tile Win10Tile is a new software designed to help Windows 10 users create […]