Microsoft has been tweaking the Start menu and Start screen in Windows 10 with each new build. How do you switch between and customize both in the latest iteration of the new OS?
At Microsoft Build 2015 in San Francisco, Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore takes the stage and demos new user-interace design features for Windows 10.
You can add one in the form of a live tile, but it's a little tricky. Here's how!
Both are available in the preview of Microsoft's next version of Windows, but you can choose which one to work with.
Why not reserve just under half of one Earth rotation to revisit the greatest 16-bit games of the 1990s (and even more terrible ones!)?
If you've taken the time to carefully customize your Windows 8 Start screen layout, backing it up might be a good idea.
The Start screen and desktop are still two totally different environments in Windows 8.1, but at least you can make them look the same.
By default, the Windows 8.1 Start button triggers the familiar Start screen. But you can alter its behavior to display the Apps screen.
Windows Phone 8 is getting new features, including -- finally -- a rotation lock.
The Twitter app for Windows 8 now lets you pin your favorite Twitter lists and user profiles to the Start screen. We'll show you how.