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Oct 06, 2014



"The much vaunted return of the full Start button was not there. It turns out that it needs to be enabled, something the gushy tech reviewers fail to tell their reader: right click the taskbar, choose Properties, click the Start Menu tab, and then turn on the Use Start Menu Instead of the Start Screen."

Didn't you install it on a tablet? This is the reason why you had to turn it on. if you had installed it on a desktop, you would see the much vaunted return of the full Start button.

Quoting a gushy tech reviewer, Paul Thurrott (http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/windows-10-tip-swap-between-start-menu-and-start-screen)

"As I currently understand it, which Start experience you receive in Windows 10 will depend on a number of factors. Those with traditional PCs or 2-in-1s will get the Start menu by default. Those with tablets will get the Start screen by default. And those who upgrade should receive whichever Start experience they were previously using. But it doesn't really matter, since you can switch between the Start menu and the Start screen at any time."

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