Windows 10: While Microsoft brought back the Start menu in Windows 8.1 and now in Windows 10, it’s still not quite what it used to be. If you’re not enjoying the new look, bring back the Windows 7-style Start menu with Start10.
Start10 is still in beta, but I’ve tested it on the release version of Windows 10 and it works just fine. So if you don’t like the new live tiles on Windows 10’s Start menu and want something that functions more like the Start menu from Windows 7, Start10 may be just the ticket. It even features a skinnable Start button. There’s a 30-day free trial for you to check it out. The purchase price is $US4.99 (or $US3.99 if you’re upgrading from Start8). And don’t forget, we’ve covered other Start menu replacements in the past and it looks like most of them are working just fine with Windows 10. So take the time to choose what’s right for you.
Start10 for Windows 10 ($US4.99) [Stardock]