- August 27, 2017 at 4:09 PM #6110#1ModeratorKeymaster
The new start menu can be confusing. It’s a headache in Windows 8, but in 10 it’s pretty nice. You can do away with desktop icons altogether. First, you are going to want to add your personal folder links: Documents/Music/Downloads/Videos, etc etc. First, click on settings
Then, click Personalization
Then, click this link to choose the folders:
Then turn on the folders you want to show up:
And that’s it! When you are done, you will have these links on your start menu:
If you want to add items to your start menu, you can click the “all apps” at the bottom, click the item you want to add, right-click it, and click “PIN TO START” (if it is already pinned, it will say “unpin” instead of “pin”) Once you get it added…at the bottom, you can righ-click it again to resize the icon, and you can drag them into whatever groups you want to set up.
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