How do I switch back to the old Start menu in Windows 8?

How do I switch back to the old Start menu in Windows 8?

Make basic changes to the Classic Shell Start menu

  1. Open the Start menu by pressing Win or clicking the Start button.
  2. Click Programs, choose Classic Shell, and then select Start Menu Settings.
  3. Click the Start Menu Style tab and make your desired changes.

How do I change my Start menu?

Windows Start Menu Alternatives

  1. IObit Start Menu 8.
  2. Open Shell (Classic Shell)
  3. StartIsBack.
  4. Start10.
  5. Start Menu X.
  6. ViStart.
  7. Start Menu Reviver.

How do I make Windows 8.1 Start menu look like Windows 7?

Change Windows 8 start menu to Windows 7 style

  1. Open the Run command box by using the Win+R keys.
  2. Type in “regedit” without the quotes and click Okay.
  3. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer.
  4. Find the value “RPEnabled” and then double click it.
  5. Change the 1 to a 0.

How do I get my Windows Start menu back?

Another way to help get the Taskbar back is to perform the following steps:

  1. Press and hold the key and press the key.
  2. Press and hold the key and press the .
  3. Continue to hold the key and press the key.
  4. Release all keys and press the key until the Start button appears.

How do I get the old Windows Start menu?

How do I change the Windows Start menu to classic?

  1. Download and install Classic Shell.
  2. Click on the Start button and search for classic shell.
  3. Open the topmost result of your search.
  4. Select the Start menu view between Classic, Classic with two columns and Windows 7 style.
  5. Hit the OK button.

How do I get rid of classic Start menu?

Press Windows + X keys, and select Control Panel. Look for the Programs and Features. Click on the Programs and Features option to open it on a new window. Right-click on Classic Shell and choose Uninstall option.

Can you downgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 7?

There are no downgrade rights to Windows 7 Ultimate. A Windows 8 customer who has multi-language functionality cannot downgrade to Windows 7 Pro or to Windows XP Pro. This is because the multi-language functionality is exclusive to Windows 7 Enterprise and is not available for a Professional edition.