If you don’t like the Windows 11 start menu, switch back to Windows 10 style
If you don’t like the Windows 11 start menu, you can also use the registry to switch back to Windows 10 style
The leaked image shows that Microsoft has replaced the Windows 11 start menu with the Windows 10X version, that is, the taskbar is centered and the start menu is stacked by default.
The experience of using the blue dot network is that it feels okay, that is, every time the stacked menu wants to go to all the menu lists, it is a little troublesome to click on all applications.
However, some netizens have discovered that the Windows 11 start menu can be changed back to the old style, that is, the Windows 10 version menu, by modifying the registry.
Actually, the start menu modified through the registry is exactly the same as Windows 10, so if you need it, you can restore it through the following tutorial.
The lazy version of the registry can be downloaded directly, open the registry file and restart: (at the end of the article)
The combination of Old_start_menu.reg restores the Windows 10 start menu, and the combination of Default_start_menu.reg displays the new version of the start menu
# Open the Registry Editor # Go to the following path Computer \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced # Right-click Advanced and select New DWORD 32-bit value # Modify the name of the newly created item to Start_ShowClassicMode # Double-click the newly created item to modify its key value to 1 # Modified to 1 means to restore the old version of the start menu, and modified to 0 means to use the new version of the start menu
Left alignment setting method: Go to settings, personalization, taskbar, and select left alignment. You can also restore the taskbar to center alignment at any time here.