One of the big banner features of Microsoft Windows 10 is its revamped Start menu, bringing it back to the forefront after Windows 8 cruelly cast it aside.
The Windows 10 Start menu is designed to be useful on both desktops and tablets, combining a more traditional app list with big, easy-to-push application shortcut buttons.
But not everybody loves it. Just in case you want your Windows 10 Start menu to look a little bit more like the one from Windows 7, there’s a new app called Start10, from developer Stardock.
Check out this diagram to see the difference. On the left is the default Windows 10 Start menu, and on the right is the Start10 menu:
Windows 10 vs. Start10