Every time Microsoft announces changes to Windows consumers hold their breath. Sometimes those changes knock our socks off. But sometimes they leave us scratching our heads, or cursing at our computer screens.
Well, Microsoft is at it again. But this time it seems like the company has learned its lesson. After receiving a lot of backlash over the changes it made to the Windows 8 Start menu, Microsoft is now trying new menu changes with a group of beta testers.
According to a sneak peek that was just released by Microsoft, your Windows 10 Start menu may soon show the All Apps list by default. The change is intended to be subtle and not disrupt the tools users have already familiarized themselves with. But, then again, that's what Microsoft says every time.
The goal of this change, however, is to make apps more easy to access from the Start menu. The proposed Start menu will hopefully reduce the amount of clicks it takes to reach the apps you use most by removing the need to click on the All Apps icon.