If there’s one dissension you may hope to hear when another adaptation of Windows reveals, it is “What did they do to the Start Menu?” If you simply need the begin menu in Windows 10 to look and capacity the way the Windows 7 Start Menu did, we’re here to offer assistance.
Why Do I Want To Do This?
Perhaps you adore the Windows 10 Start Menu, which is basically an augmentation and update of the Windows 8 Start Menu. Maybe the tile-based Metro UI framework doesn’t bother you and you don’t have an issue with the expulsion of the conventional Start Menu styling. On the off chance that so this instructional exercise unquestionably isn’t for you and it’s incredible that the new format doesn’t trouble you or fill you attacks of wistfulness for the GUIs of yesteryear.
What Do I Need?
Thankfully we won’t do any messing about in the registry, there’s no hand editing of any variables or qualities, and you won’t need to make any penances to guarantee the procedure works easily.
The main thing we require, other than your Windows 10 establishment, is an exceptionally convenient little program known as Classic Shell. The Classic Shell program incorporates both an upgrade to the Start Menu framework that permits you to change out the Windows 8/Windows 10 framework for the great single section Start Menu that harkens the distance back to Windows XP, a two-segment plan, and the Windows 7 style.
You may download Classic Shell at the venture home page here.
Before we hop into the actual procedure however, we would like to pause for a moment to urge you to give a couple bucks to the Classic Shell venture in the event that you locate the Classic Shell helpful. It’s a great deal simpler to continue keeping up and redesigning a long running venture when enough of your clients mind enough to keep the lights turned on.
Installing and Configuring Classic Shell
Download installation executable from the project landing page, connected in the past segment, and run it.
Once the installation is finished, you start the Start Menu arrangement process by, naturally, tapping on the Start Button on the toolbar. The accompanying menu will appear, Classic, Classic with two sections and Windows 7 style. We’ll pick the Windows 7 style according to the objective of this article.
Now you need to open the Start Menu by tapping on the Start Button once more.
What’s more, super helpful, we didn’t lose the Windows 10 Start Menu by any means. On the off chance that you require anything in the Windows 10 menu that isn’t in the Classic Shell menu (or you’re experiencing difficulty finding it at any rate) you should simply tap on the passage at the extremely top of the Windows 7 Classic Shell menu named “Begin Menu (Windows)” as found in the screenshot above and it kicks you quickly (and incidentally) into the genuine Windows 10 Start Menu. Whenever you tap the Start Button, notwithstanding, you’ll be right back in the Windows 7 style menu effortlessly.
With Classic Shell all you need is a couple of minutes to introduce things, one more moment or two to change the essential settings, and you’re good to go. The Windows 10 Start Menu looks like Windows 7 and all the stuff on it is correct where you need it: not a tile in sight.