With Windows 11, the Start menu is by default located at the bottom center of the desktop and no longer at the bottom left. If you want to change it, follow the guide on how to move the Start Menu in Windows 11.
The new central location of the Start menu annoys you, changes your habits too often? Fortunately, Microsoft allows us to restore it to the niche it has occupied for ages, in the lower left of the desk. Here’s how to move the Start Menu in Windows 11.
How do I move the Start Menu in Windows 11?
To get this Starts menu moving and avoid many moments of irritation, follow the instructions below that won’t swallow you up for more than 20 seconds.
- Click Menu to start then on Settings where do you do Windows key + i.
- Choose Personalization On the left side of the window then Taskbar On the right.
- Select the behavior row in the taskbar and click the arrow to the right to determine whether the Start menu is in the center or on the left. Select the latter.
- Close the settings window.
You now have the Start Menu in its traditional place.
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