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How to get the Windows 10 start menu in Windows 11

New start menu Windows 11 It is a polarized UI. Although some people like the new layout, which shows a list of recommended documents and a list of fixed icons, others may not like the fact that you have to take more time to get an AZ list of all applications. Or, you may just hate the fact that the start menu is now centered instead of on the left side of the screen.

At least for now, you can easily and easily restore the old Windows 10 Start menu to Windows 11 and place it on the left. You only need to make registry adjustments and settings adjustments. That’s it.

1. Open the Registry EditorYou can start “regedit” from the “Run” menu (Windows + R) or by searching for “regedit” in the search menu.

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2. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerAdvanced.

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3. right click In the right pane and Select New -> DWORD (32-bit) ValueThe system will create a new registry key named “New Value #1” (or #2 if you have another one).

Select DWORD (32-bit) value

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4. Rename the registry key to Start_ShowClassicMode.

Renamed to Start_ShowClassicMode

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5. Set the value of Start_ShowClassicMode to 1 And click OK. You can open it by double-clicking.

Set Start_ShowClassicMode to 1

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6. Close registration. At this point, you will enable the Windows 10 start menu in Windows 11 so that it will take effect after the next restart. The following steps align your icon and start menu to the left. If you want it to be centered, you can end at this point and restart.

7. Launch the taskbar settings menu By right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting “Taskbar Settings”.

Start taskbar settings

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8. Open taskbar behavior submenu.

Open taskbar behavior submenu

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9. Select left Align from the taskbar.

Select the left.

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10. Close the settings menu. Your icon should now be aligned to the left.

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