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Windows 10 Insider - Use Start full screen

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In this video, we demonstrate how you can set the start menu to full screen or drag it to the size you want.

Video Steps

1. Open Settings

Click on start and then click the cog wheel to open settings.

2. Navigate to System

Click on Personalization.

3. Click on Start

Click on Start within Settings.

4. Change slider

The option that says "Use Start full screen" can be turned on if you prefer a bigger start menu.
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