The very first time you've used the Windows 10 operating system, you would have noticed significant changes compared to the previous version, namely Windows 8.1, and a massive difference If you've jumped from Windows XP. Speaking of the latter, If you're a huge fan of the Windows XP Classic Start menu, In this tutorial, I will show you how to apply It to Windows 10 In only a few simple steps.
Given you've navigated to this blog and actively reading this article, I'd say It's safe to assume that you're well aware of the Windows 10 Start menu, hence there's no need to elaborate on that. Personally, I don't like It, and rather have the look and feel of the good old Windows XP or Windows 7 Start menu.
The tool I'm about to Introduce, allows you to apply either one with only a few clicks of the mouse. To give you a visual, I've added the Classic style Start menu to my Windows 10 OS as per the Image below.
You can clearly see that the Start button has been replaced, and the menu Itself, represents the Windows XP Start menu. If you're anything like myself and prefer this over Windows 10, then this tutorial Is for you.
I will demonstrate how to apply It, by using a neat little third-party software appropriately named Classic Shell, which can be download via the official website or via this reputable source. So without further delay, let's get this tutorial started.