After much excitement when the Start menu and button in Windows 8 were removed, Microsoft returned the Start button in Windows 8.1. It was a sham. The Start button was nothing more than a hotspot to switch from the desktop screen to the Metro screen. Of course, there was also a WinX menu, which was also transferred to Windows 10. I’ll talk about it now, but first let’s see how the Start menu works on Windows 10.
Start Menu in Windows 10: How does it work?
The Windows 10 Start menu has been developed with touch users in mind. That’s why there are living tiles. But it was not necessary to include huge icons in the menu, not even to touch it. People can successfully bet on smaller items and do their job.