In the new Windows 10 creators update, it’s now possible to create tile folders within the Start menu. Tile folders add a new opportunity for Windows 10 users to organize their Start menu, and turn it into an additional place to launch their favorite apps, programs, and websites from.
Learn how to organize your start menu with tile folders by following the information provided below.
Before we start with this guide, it’s important that you upgrade your Windows 10 operating system to the latest creators update.
How To Organize Your Start Menu With Tile Folders
Follow the steps below to organize your Start menu.
- First, open the Windows Start menu with the Windows key.
- Next, scroll through your program list on the left to find any programs you’d like to add to the tile menu.
- Once you’ve found a program, drag it from the list on the left into the tile area on the right
- To create a folder, add multiple programs to the tile area, then drag one tile into another one. Doing this will create a folder that contains those two tiles.
- Add more tiles to the folder by dragging each tile to that folder.
- Right click the tile folder to resize it.
We hope this short guide has helped you to organize tiles on the new Windows 10 Creators Update.
What else Is New In The Windows 10 Creators Update?
The new Windows 10 Creators Update didn’t just add new tile folders to the Start Menu. It added a number of other features that many Windows 10 users are already taking advantage of.
A new range of 3D apps have been added to the latest Windows 10 Creators Update, including Paint 3D. With Paint 3D, users can manipulate, create, and paint 3D objects.
Microsoft has also pushed for more support for gamers in the latest Windows 10 Creators Update. It’s now possible to stream any games directly from Windows 10 through the Beam app.
Gamers can also connect with each other through the Windows 10 game center and access game optimization settings under Game DVR.
There are a number of other smaller changes and tweaks that have been added to the latest Windows 10 Creators Update as well.
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