Obtain All Your Programs In The Start Menu On Your Windows 10
When you run Windows 10, the latest and perhaps not so enhanced start menu that blends the Windows 7 and the Windows 8 Start menus may be found. Of course it’s better than a Start Menu Windows 8 nightmare but there is still no Start Menu of Windows 7.
One of the issues with the Windows 10 Start Menu is that it tends not to show all of your programs in the list and you’re going to end up having to look for them. This can be faster and make you want to return to Windows 7! Of course, you can use third-party program like Classic Shell to give your Windows 10 machine a Windows 7 Start Menu, but you can try to show up all your programs if you like the Windows 10 Start menu, and want it to work correctly.
The repair is pretty simple, and consists of just a few steps. What you need to do is click Start and type %appdata% in the search box or Cortana box \Microsoft\Windows\Start menu and press enter. A window will then pop up to show you a folder called Programmes. What you need to do is right-click that folder for Programs and choose Properties. Check the box that says Hidden, and then click Apply.
Select the Apply Changes to this folder, subfolder and files option and press OK
You’ll then need to right-click the folder again and select properties again. Then uncheck the Hidden box and click Apply again, and select one more time the Apply changes to this folder, subfolder and files option and click OK. Now, when you click the Start button, you should see all of your missing programs in your Start menu.