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Windows 10 : How to Customize the Right Side (part 3) - Eliminate all tiles

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Eliminate all tiles

Yes, it’s possible to eliminate the entire right side. If you like your Start menu to look like it did in the good old days, with only the left side showing, you can do that, as shown in Figure 3.

Of course, once you’ve done that, you’ve just eliminated one of the most useful ways of opening things on your PC. Now you can open apps only from the left side or the taskbar.

Top: To remove all the tiles from the right side, right-click it and choose Unpin from Start. (Touchscreen: Hold your finger down on the tile, and then tap the … button to see Unpin from Start.) Repeat until you’ve eliminated all the tiles.Middle: Now only the left column remains, just as it was in Windows 7.Bottom: Drag the right edge of the menu inward, closing up the empty space where the right side used to be.

Figure 3. Top: To remove all the tiles from the right side, right-click it and choose Unpin from Start. (Touchscreen: Hold your finger down on the tile, and then tap the … button to see Unpin from Start.) Repeat until you’ve eliminated all the tiles. Middle: Now only the left column remains, just as it was in Windows 7. Bottom: Drag the right edge of the menu inward, closing up the empty space where the right side used to be.

Change the color

You can also change colors of the various Start menu elements (and the taskbar, and the Action Center). 

Turn off ads

From time to time, you may spot a Start-menu tile that you didn’t put there. It’s a suggestion of an app that Microsoft thinks you might like—in other words, an ad.

If you’d prefer Microsoft and its ad partners to keep their darned apps to themselves, open Settings→Personalization→Start, and turn off “Occasionally show suggestions in Start.”

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