Windows 10 offers a lot of Start menu customization. You can have a normal old-style Start menu, or you can have a full-screen modern start. You can have a Start with no tiles or a Start with all the tiles. When you click on the Start button in the Windows 10, you will see the interface is split into three separate sections.
You can customize quite a few things about the look and feels of the Start menu, including the list of folders or links that appear on the left side. By default, you will see items like Power, Network, Downloads, Settings, etc.
In this article, I will show you how to customize the icons that appear on the Start menu. If you are looking for a way to remove or hide apps from the Windows Start menu that appears in the list of all programs, then scroll down to the section titled “Remove Apps from Start Menu”.
Show/Hide Folders in Start Menu
Now select the Personalization tab to open it.
Next click on the Start in the left-hand menu and then you will see all the settings for customizing.
Click on the Choosewhichfolderappearson Start for more settings.
Just select the folders which you want to display on the Start menu. So all the selected folders appear on Start.