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[Windows 10] How to make the start menu tiles window a bit larger

make windows 10 start menu tiles larger

Today, we will be sharing how Windows 10 users can slightly make their start menu window a bit larger to accommodate more app tiles. By default, the start menu tiles is made to be compact in dimensions and can only be adjusted vertically by dragging at the edges, but there is a way to make it a bit wider - this is what we'll be showing you this morning.

compact start menu tiles window
Compact smart menu

larger start menu tiles window
Larger start menu

The start menu was revamped in Windows 10, Microsoft made it more flexible to adjust this part of the OS to be more friendlier unlike the start menu provided in Windows 8/8.1. But most people do not know that it can be made to be a bit larger to fit in more tiles. It depend on users preference of course, but if you are among those who prefer to make it wider so you can pin more stuff in there, then follow the steps below:

1. On your desktop, right-click an empty space and select "Personalize" from the options

personalize

2. Select "Start" from the menu listed at the left hand side to access the start menu settings

start menu settings

3. At the top of the options, simply tick the "Show more tiles on start" to enable

You can follow the same procedure to disable the settings.

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