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Windows 10 Time Saver: Pin Settings Pages to the Start Menu

David Pogue
Tech Critic

In Windows 10, you can install apps, files, and folders as tiles onto the right side of the Start menu. To do that, right-click any icon and, from the shortcut menu, choose the “Pin to Start” command.

But you can also pin individual Settings screens there—some Settings screen you use often.

To do that, open Settings. Then right-click any icon you see there; once again, from the shortcut menu, choose “Pin to Start.”

For what it’s worth, you can even add the Recycle Bin’s tile to your Start menu, too.

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