Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is a huge update that overcomes the design, functions, features, apps, and whatnot. When finished, it will give you one of the 3 reports. On the left are folders, settings, and shortcuts. Press Enter to execute it. Four medium tiles fit into a large tile. The above action will scan for all the files and other stuff that can be safely removed from your system.
Restart Your System This step may look dumb, but trust me, most of the problems will be solved by just restarting your system. The second option uses the accent color for the title bar of your active window. For instance, the Weather app uses the live tiles to show quick weather information, the Mail app shows your recent emails, the Calendar app shows your upcoming appointments or events, the News app shows the latest news, etc. Users are enrolled as normal users no admin. From now on, Windows will automatically flush live tiles when you shut down your system. So, give an attempt to it and let us know how it works. Now click Start button and you will see that Start menu is not showing Apps list anymore.
It will take quite sometime. . I did overwrite the default profile's settings. . Here, I have tried to show that how Start menu looks with live tiles and without Apps. The Tiles are there , move when clicked , but start nothing.
After you unpin the last tile, you can resize the Start menu horizontally by grabbing its right edge and dragging until the tile section disappears. Just restart your system to make the changes take effect. I tried that and it still out not work. You will receive one of the following 3 reports : A No integrity violation. When it reaches Ready to install stage, select Keep Windows settings, personal files, and Apps. I believe as you saw in my other post that it may be related to the Cloud store registry as well as the active tiles database but that seems like a lot of work for a simple setup change. B Found corrupt files and repair successful.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! C Found corrupt files but unable to repair some of them. The Windows 10 Start menu basically has two main columns. The steps above are the normal method to bring back tiles to the Start menu. Organize, Edit, Delete, or Add New Items to the Apps List You can easily on the hard drive to edit, rearrange, or even add new items. It is not clear if the tiles were removed because of the malware attack or if it was removed as part of the troubleshooting steps. I noticed the Weather and Mail live tiles stoped working and were also not updating.
Control How Your App Lists Appear on the Start Menu By default, your Start menu displays several of your recently installed, most used, and suggested apps, followed by a list of all the apps installed on your system. This feature can be accessed from the. In fact, it looks more modern and cleaner while still being touch-friendly. You can also set Windows to show a few extra tiles in each column. It sounds like something in your process is overwriting what you have imported.
This method applies for those who found lots of app tiles missing after the installation of Windows 10 feature update. Those tiles will then be grouped into a folder. Once opened, click on the Next button to continue. All the tiles on the start menu has disappeared. Thank you for your reply to this. Then imported it back into another machine.
Insert Windows disk and start the installation. On the device where I extracted the orginal custom start Menu Layout xml from , this works perfectly. If you overwrite the Default profile, you will lose the start menu layout that you imported. Reading Time: 2 minutes There was this case when a customer complained about missing a lot of tiles from the Start menu in the process of fixing a malware problem. It's divided into three sections. You can turn off live tiles, which will convert them to a static tile.