From the those who brought you Start8, Start10 adds the familiar Windows 7 Start menu experience to Windows 10. Quickly access your most used items, search your PC more effectively and personalize the design and behavior of your Start menu.
Features include: the search menu back within the Start menu, quick links to core system functionality restored, “All Programs” folder metaphor is maintained, and texture is applied to Start10 background and taskbar.
Search menu is back in the Start menu
Restores the fast links to core system functionality
Maintains the “All Programs” folder metaphor
Texture may be applied to Start10 background and taskbar
If you’ve upgraded to Windows 10 and still want the Windows 7 menu, or if you wish more menu and taskbar appearance options than Windows 10 gives you, Start10 is worth a glance. Owners of Start8 get a reduction. This software is on the market for users with the package Windows 8.1 and prior versions, and you’ll be able to download it in English and Spanish.
Since Windows 10 brought the standard Start menu back, there is not as great a requirement for Start10 as there was for Start8. But it adds variety of visual and behavioral options that will still be unavailable otherwise, and its configuration menus are easier to navigate and understand than Classic Shell.