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Monday 17 August 2015

Windows 7 Start menu in Windows 10 using Start10

In this post we are going to discuss about Start10, a software, using which you can get the old Windows 7 Start menu in Windows 10. This software is been created by Stardock . Stardock's software is aiming to improve Windows by providing some customizable features that Microsoft has left out.

As the name suggest Start10 brings some changes to the Start menu inside Windows 10. Windows 10 Start menu is the mix of Windows 7 and Windows 8, but Start10 returns the Start menu as it is in Windows 7. So if you haven't like the Windows 10 Start menu you can get the Windows 7 Start menu using Start10.

PC : http://www.stardock.com/products/start10/index.asp

Also Read : Exploring the New Windows 10 Start Menu

The key features include Search menu is back in the Start menu, restores the quick links to core system functionality, maintains the "All Programs" folder metaphor and Texture can be applied to Start10 background and taskbar. After installing you will get a number of option as shown below.

As shown above you will configure your Windows 10 Start menu in three different varieties using Start10 : Windows 7 style, Modern style or Windows 10 style. Along with that you have an option to change your start button. After installing and selecting Windows 7 Style your Start Menu in Windows 10 will look like below.

Exactly like Windows 7 

Modern Style

If you do not want your Start menu to look exactly like Windows 7 then there are options to switch to a modern look and the ability to fully customize what the actual button looks like. Start10 comes with a price of $4.99. You can start with a free trail for 30 days.

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