The Start Menu is back in Windows 10 and it'd be fair to describe it as a bit of a mix of Windows 8 and Windows 7. We've still got tiles, like Windows 8, but you don't have to go full screen. And, like Windows 7, we've got an actual list of apps and folders.

There are some things you can do to customize your experience, like resizing, getting rid of the tiles, changing up your folders and more. For a quick run down on the new Windows 10 Start Menu, check out the video up top.

If you want to see more on this, or Windows 10 as a whole, why not read our extensive review or drop by our dedicated Windows 10 page here