Windows 10's Start menu comes filled with everything from Candy Crush to Paint 3D. Windows 10's next update, codenamed 19H1 and expected in April 2019, wants you to clear all those tiles in six clicks.
"Unpin From Start," you can right-click on an entire group of tiles and select "Unpin Group From Start." Microsoft's Jen Gentleman demonstrates this new option on Twitter:
̵1; Jen Gentleman 🌺 (@JenMsft) [194519451945unpunpGroupGroupGroup19451945194519451945194519451945194519451945194519451945 October 31, 2018
We just counted three groups of tiles-Create, Play, and Explore on a new installation of Windows 10 19H1.
You just need to right-click a group heading, select "Unpin Group From Start," and repeat a few times. Then Candy Crush FarmVille 2 and all the other apps you can not care about will be there.
How to Get Rid of Windows 10's Start Menu Tiles, Right Now
Of course, you can not get rid of all those annoying tiles today, if you have not already. Just right-click a tile and select "Unpin From Start" to remove it. Or, if you're using a touchscreen, long-press each tile instead.
You can easily pin your favorite application shortcuts to the Start menu. Just right-click a shortcut under "Pin to Start," or drag and drop the shortcut to the right side of the start menu.
Windows 10 lets you move the tiles around them by dragging and dropping
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