Start Menu: Part 1
The familiar Start menu is back, with some improvements, including a space you can personalize with your favorite apps, programs, people and websites.
To get to the Start menu, select Start in the lower- left corner of the taskbar. You can also open the Start menu by pressing the Start button located on your keyboard or device.
Start Menu: Part 2
Here we take a look at a few more customization features for ease of use and general appearance. Also a few time saving tips for navigation are displayed.
In Windows 10, action center is where to find your app notifications, as well as quick actions, which give you quick access to commonly used settings and apps. Change your action center settings at any time from the Settings app.
The project pane expands to give you quick access to Multi-Screen settings such as duplicate, extend, and primary/secondary screen only.The project pane can be accessed via a shortcut key (Windows Key + P).
Windows 10 improves upon the already existing snap windows feature by allowing you to snap to all four corners as demonstrated below.
Windows 10 Shortcuts