This will give you a Windows 10 take on the Start screen, which is more or less the new Start menu blown up into full screen mode. You'll have to tweak it by adding more live tiles and there is no longer a full screen "all apps" view. Instead, clicking on the "All apps" icon, which is no longer named in full screen view, reveals a Start menu-like list of all your apps on the left side.
If you change your mind, returning to the Start menu is easy as going back to the Settings app and reversing the previous steps. You don't even have to sign out to switch between the two Start modes.
There you have it. Three simple tweaks to improve your time with Windows 10. See you next week, Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 users.
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