If you like a large Start Menu, then this post will show you how to make the Start Menu in Windows 10 go full screen when on the desktop. If you don’t want to boot directly to the Start Screen, but would like to boot to the Windows 10 desktop, with a full-screen Start Menu, then this post is for you.
Use full-screen Start Menu in Windows 10
Windows 10 allows you to have a full-screen Start Menu. This can be especially useful on touch devices. To use a full-screen Start Menu when on the desktop, do the following:
- Type Settings in the taskbar search and click on Settings.
- Click on Personalization
- Then click on Start.
- Here, under Start behaviors, select Use full-screen Start when in the Desktop.
That is all you need to do!
Now click on your Start Button, and see your Start Menu cover your full screen. Thus, you can enable Start Screen in Windows 10.
TIP: You can also enable Windows 10 Full-screen Start Menu using Group Policy or Registry.
There are also many other ways you can customize the Windows 10 Start Menu. Take a look at them!
See this post if your Start Menu does not open in Windows 10.