Microsoft recently announced changes to the Start Menu which will roll out with its Anniversary Update for Windows 10.
It said the All Apps list will be brought to the forefront, while Settings and Account details will be hidden in a hamburger menu.
Other changes rolling out include support for a new pen stylus in the sticky note app and virtual drawing tools.
Microsoft also announced the launch of Linux Bash support, which will integrate the Bash command line shell and support for Ubuntu Linux binaries into Windows 10.
Jen Gentleman, a software engineer at Microsoft, posted an animation to show what the changes to the Windows 10 Start Menu will look like.
— Jen Gentleman (@JenMsft) April 4, 2016