How to Enable or Disable Windows 10 Full Screen Start Menu - Windows Basics


Tuesday, October 6, 2020

How to Enable or Disable Windows 10 Full Screen Start Menu

Windows 10 brings back the Start menu, and it's improved. It takes aspects from the Windows 7 Start menu and the Windows 8 Start screen. If you are using tablet mode, Full Screen Boot is enabled by default. Non-tablet users can launch full-screen menus with a single touch

1. Click Start button and Open the Settings app

2. Navigate to Personalization settings. Choose Personalize from the list of categories.

3. Click or tap Start from the left pane. It second from the bottom up.

4. Turn on / off  slider under Use Start full screen. If you don't see the setting, you may have to scroll down.

If you are using a tablet, this option may already be enabled. Users with tablet mode enabled will still see a full-screen Start menu, even if they switch the switch to off.

Check it out. Open the Start menu and you'll see tiles taking up the entire screen. It differs from the Windows 8 Start screen. For example, the source, the user, the application list on the left, as well as additional tiles will be pushed down instead of to the right (no more horizontal scrolling).

The entire taskbar will remain visible and usable. You'll be able to see everything, including the notification center icons and the search bar / icon (unless you've turned it off).


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