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Make START menu full screen in Windows 10

Hello and welcome to another great tutorial from errortools.com. Today we will be making Windows START menu full screen.

First introduced in Windows 8.1, the start menu has been shifted from full screen to gadget like in Windows 10 but if you prefer to have it over the entire screen with all of its glory and large icons you can do so and we will be happy to show you how.

Press ⊞ WINDOWS and choose settings.

Windows 10 Star menu with marked settings iconFrom the settings screen, choose Personalization.

Windows 10 settings menu with marked Personalization groupUnder personalization options click on START.

windows settings start screen sectionAnd then on the right part click on the button under Use Start full screen to turn it ON

windows settings start screen switch for full screenThat's it, your start menu is now full screen.

If you like to learn and find out more about various Windows errors, and how to repair them go to our vast archive or use search to find articles that will explain and help you in solving your issue.
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