In the very first preview build of Windows 10, Microsoft allowed users the ability to resize the Start menu — even though it was still buggy and not feature complete. In subsequent builds, including the most recent build available to Windows Insiders, you are unable to resize the Start menu.
But have no fear. For those of you wondering if Microsoft removed this option from Windows 10, it will be available once the operating system is released this summer. We here at WinBeta get quite a few emails asking us certain questions, and thankfully there are solid answers.
According to Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul, the ability to resize the Start menu will return once Windows 10 reaches RTM. It makes sense for this feature to not be available due to usability issues and bugs — making it harder for testers to navigate through the system due to Start menu freezes or crashes.
In the mean time, you can simply hit the button on the top-right of the Start menu to utilize the Start screen and see all your tiles. Are you a fan of the Start menu or the Start screen? Let the world know in the comments below.Further reading: Microsoft, Start Menu, Windows 10