Configuring and customizing the Start menu

Ever since the introduction of the Start menu in Windows 95 (with the exception of Windows 8/8.1) until now in Windows 10, there have only been minor changes here and there. The Start menu remains the unique element that embodies the Windows operating system. Having said that, the Start menu in Windows 10 represents a combination of the Windows Start menu (Windows 95 to Windows 7) and the Windows Start screen (Windows 8/8.1). As a result, on touch-enabled devices, Windows 10 automatically enables the Tablet mode, displaying the Windows 10 Start menu in a format of a Windows Start screen. Otherwise, on non-touch-enabled devices, Windows 10 automatically enables the Desktop mode, hence displaying the ...

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