Look, I get it, you may not be a fan of Windows 10. Hey, I didn’t start out a fan either until I tooled around with it a bit and found out some helpful tricks. One of the tricks is accessing the Start Menu like we’re used to like from the Windows XP and Windows 7 days.
- Right-click Windows button on bottom-left of your screen.
- Left-click File Explorer to see all your files.
- Access your Desktop, Documents and other files on your computer.
Simple enough, right? Typically, we are used to left-clicking the Start menu which presents the Windows 10 metro interface and other funky buttons. No need to do this. Just right click and you will be in the land of Windows 10 support enlightenment or closer to it at least.