Microsoft rolled out the new Windows 10 Start Menu to Windows 1o Insiders in the Dev channel last week, but unfortunately for many the feature was part of an A/B test, meaning many people were stuck with the old look.
Fortunately for the more enterprising hackers on Windows 10 Build 20161 there is a way to activate selectively enabled features, using the following simple steps and a tool created by Albacore and Raphael Rivera.
To activate the new start menu, proceed as follows:
The new start menu should now be activated.
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