Windows 10 Creators Update will introduce app folders for the Start Menu on PCs

Microsoft is set to release the Windows 10 Creators Update in early 2017. The company has already introduced a handful of new features coming with the Creators Update to users in the Windows Insider program. The software giant is also expected to release a set of other features in early 2017 ahead of the official public release.

Now, there is a new feature coming with the Creators Update which Microsoft is yet to officially announce — and that is app folders on the Start Menu. If you happen to own a Windows 10 Mobile device, you are probably familiar with this feature — it essentially allows you to make a folder of tiles on the Start Menu. If an app has a live tile, the tile will still function in the folder which is very neat. And just like all of the other tiles on the Start Menu, you can resize the app folders too.

Here’s a GIF showing the feature in action:

App folders for the Start Menu in the Windows 10 Creators Update will likely come to Insiders in January. This feature is already available in a recently leaked build of Windows 10, along with a range of other new features including a new Cortana-powered OOBE, Blue Light Reduction, improvements to Edge, Settings, and much more.

We will have more Windows 10 coverage in early 2017, so stay tuned.

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