Head to Settings > Personalization > Start. On the right, scroll all the way to the bottom and click the “Choose which folders appear on Start” link. Choose whatever folders you want to appear on the Start menu. And here’s a side-by-side look at how those new folders look as icons and in the expanded view.
How to resize the start menu on Windows 10 manually?
To resize the Start menu on Windows 10 manually, use these steps: 1 Open Start. 2 Click and stretch the top edge upwards with the mouse to make the menu taller. Source: Windows Central 3 Click and pull the side edge outwards using the mouse to make it wider. Source: Windows Central
How to manage system folders in Windows 10 Start menu?
How to manage system folders in Start menu. 1 Open Settings. 2 Click on Personalization. 3 Click on Start. 4 Click the Choose which folders appear in Start option. 5 Select the system folders you want to see in the left rail, including: 5.1 File Explorer. 5.2 Settings. 5.3 Downloads. 5.4 Music. 5.5 Pictures.
What is the Windows 10 Start menu?
The Windows 10 Start menu is unlike previous versions of Windows. The basic concept is the same since the Start menu is still where you go to shut down the PC or access your programs and system utilities. But Microsoft added a new dimension to the Start menu with the addition of Windows Store apps and live tiles on the right side.
How do I add a program to the start menu?
The other method is to right-click an app--again on the left side--and select Pin to Start from the context menu. When you do this, Windows will automatically add your program as a tile to a new group at the bottom of the Start menu. You can then move the tile to a different group if you prefer.