How to customize the Windows 10 Start Menu or Start Screen March 2nd, 2015
A little known secrete is the ability to group your most often accessed Tiles and add a title.
You can test this feature with your default Start Menu or Start Screen layout by clicking on the space located just above the top most set of tiles.
Once the Title box is visible you can add your own unique title (My Apps in this example). Then press the ‘Enter’ key to make the title visible.
The next step is to re-arrange the tiles while in the Start Screen mode. Click and drag any unwanted tiles away from the area directly underneath the title box you created. You can drag them to any area that available.
For example I’m going to move the following tiles from the My Apps: Search, Xbox, People, Maps, News and Sports. (It’s best if you do this from the Start Screen)
Now that I have some free space I’m going to add some apps that I frequently access. Click on the ‘All Apps’ arrow located in the bottom left corner or swipe down to access all your applications.
You should now see Tiles listed alphabetically.
I am going to add the following three apps: My Notes OneDrive Paint.net
Find the app by scrolling down the list. Then right click on the app you want to add (My Notes in this example) and select ‘Pin to Start’.
Now drag the My Notes tile into the ‘My Apps’ area of the Start screen.
Repeat the process for each app you want to add. When you are done the Start screen and Start Menu should look similar to this: