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You can make Start full screen and see everything in one view.

  1. Select Start , then select Settings > Personalization .

  2. Select Start , and then turn on Use Start full screen.

The next time you open Start, the Start screen will fill the entire desktop. Select All apps  in the Start screen for a full-screen view of all your apps and programs, or stick with Pinned tiles for a more dynamic view.

Image of full screen Start with callout of the menu buttons

  1. Menu (expands to show names for all menu items)

  2. Pinned tiles

  3. All apps

Note: If you just want to resize the Start menu a bit to make it taller or wider, select the top or side border and drag it.

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