With Windows 10, the Start Menu has been substantially modified, but not completely eliminated. The Start Menu will still be found on the desktop as well as in the taskbar alongside the Start button. Though you won’t find the Start Menu in the taskbar anymore, you will see a new tile that represents your Start Menu if you have not clicked to start any programs or applications. Here are some of the main changes that have been introduced with Windows 11, and how they relate to the Start Menu replacement.
Windows 11 New User Interface and Start Menu
The start menu will be smaller and easier to access compared to Windows Vista. You will see two start options instead of three with the Start Menu in Windows Vista. You can access the Start Menu by clicking on the start button found at the bottom right of the desktop background. This is a nice change from Windows Vista, where you had to hit the start button twice in order to get to the start menu.
With the introduction of the Start Menu in Windows Vista, it was difficult to access programs that were not installed on the computer. In order to start the program you used to launch it, you would open the Start Menu, click on the start button or the program’s entry that was visible. Windows Vista replaced this with a new user interface, which was easier to use. Windows users can start programs, view a running program, exit programs, manage files and folders, and search for programs and applications through a new Start Menu. This was one of the most requested features of Windows Vista and the Windows 11 release finally addressed this issue.
However, not all programs and software will start with Windows Vista. Some programs, such as those using the Windows API or the Windows blue screen error, will not launch with the Windows Vista Start Menu. Instead, they will launch with the main menu of Windows. There are also some programs that do not support the new Start Menu that was introduced with Windows Vista. You may experience problems starting these programs if you try to launch them when using the start menu.
Window 11 Cons
One of the biggest complaints that people have about Windows is that it is not easy to navigate. The Windows Start Menu has been designed in a way that makes it more user friendly and easier to find what you want to start. If you type the name of the program or application, but the Start Menu does not display the application, then you can simply click on the Start Menu or search for the application to launch it.
Another complaint about Windows is that it is slow to boot and startup. Windows started life as a system for home computing in the early days of the personal computer. Since then, it has branched out into the business environment, education, healthcare and beyond. With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Windows will allow Windows Vista users to start using the new Windows Start Menu. This new user interface and start menu will replace the outdated and boring Start Menu and Windows Search Companion.