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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/open-the-start-menu-4ed57ad7-ed1f-3cc9-c9e...

Open the Start menu To open the Start menu—which contains all your apps, settings, and files—do either of the following: On the left end of the taskbar, select the Start icon. Press the Windows logo key on your keyboard.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/see-what-s-on-the-start-menu-a8ccb400-ad49...

Apps, settings, files—they can all be found on the Start menu. Just select the Start button on the taskbar. Next, make it yours by pinning apps and programs, or moving and regrouping tiles.If you need more space, resize the Start menu. Your apps and programs—right at your fingertips

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/fix-problems-with-the-start-menu-604171c1...

If you can't see Start on your taskbar, the taskbar may be hidden.. Show a hidden taskbar. Press the Windows logo key + I, then select Personalization > Taskbar . Turn on Lock the taskbar.. Turn off Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode or Automatically hide the taskbar in tablet mode.. If that doesn't resolve the issue you're experiencing, select any of the following headings to see ...

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/configuration/windows-10-start-layout-options...

See what's on the Start menu Organizations might want to deploy a customized Start and taskbar configuration to devices running Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, or Education. A standard, customized Start layout can be useful on devices that are common to multiple users and devices that are locked down for specialized purposes.