With Windows 10, Microsoft has tried to please users with Start Menu convertible to Start Screen. The Start Menu helps you to easily find your required stuff, as it is doing since the ages of Windows XP.
However, some users may came around the issues related to Start Menu. Specifically, if the Start Menu on your Windows 10 doesn’t appears when you click Start Button, or if the Start Menu appears but some entries are missing, then you need to fix it. We have observed that re-registering the Start Menu can help users in solving this issue.
Technically speaking, just like the Modern UI apps, Start Menu too is baked into the OS as a package with Windows 10. Due to this, it is possible to re-register Start Menu, similar to apps. With Windows PowerShell, you can make this feasible, whose how-to part is mentioned below. Please note that applying this trick requires you to logged in as administrator, hence if your system is a part of domain, this may not work.
How To Re-register Start Menu In Windows 10
1. Right click over taskbar and select Task Manager from the context menu so appeared.
2. Next, in the Task Manager window, click File -> Run new task.
3. Moving on, type powershell in the Create new task box shown below. You must check the option Create this task with administrative privileges. Click OK.
4. In the administrative Windows PowerShell window, carefully type the following command and hit Enter key:
Once the command execution is completed successfully, you can close the PowerShell window and reboot the machine. After restarting the system, the issues you were facing with Start Menu must resolved.
That’s it! Don’t forgot to check how to enable “Hibernate” option in power menus of Windows 10.