Windows 11 - Start Menu

If there's one thing that stands out about Windows 11, it's the Start Menu.  Microsoft has revamped the menu, moving away from the "live tile" approach and opting for a collection of icons that are visually pleasing giving everything a softer look.  


The Start Menu is now centered on the Taskbar and has menu new features:

    • Integrated search: Users may now search for the content they are looking for right from the Start Menu and will return results stored locally on your computer as well as the web


    • Common applications: Like in Windows 10, commonly used applications are automatically pinned for quick access


    • All Apps: To access the complete list of all the applications installed on the computer, click the All Apps button


    • Power options, Settings and File Explorer:  Convenient access to the Power options for restarting the computer and putting it to sleep as well as the Settings and File Explorer


      Example: Restarting your computer


    • Lock and sign out of your computer: Quickly lock or sign out of your computer


      Example: Sign out of your computer


For more information, check out the learning center organized by Microsoft: Meet Windows 11: A whole new look - Microsoft Support

If you have questions or need help, please submit a ticket with the help desk team so they can reach out with assistance.

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