Windows 10 Creators Update will introduce new feature --- app folders on Start Menu

Windows 10 Creators Update will introduce new feature --- app folders on Start Menu

Software giant Microsoft is set to announce the public release of the next big update to its Windows 10 OS in early 2017. The update is called the Windows 10 Creators Update, and will bring along several new features and enhancements which Microsoft has been testing for a while.

One of the noteworthy new features coming to the Windows 10 OS as a result of the forthcoming Creators Update - which has not yet been announced formally by Microsoft - is the availability of app folders on the Start Menu.

The new feature, which most of the owners of Windows 10 Mobile devices are apparently familiar with, will give users the ability to make a folder of tiles on the Start Menu. Apps that have live tiles will still function in the folder, and users will be able to resize the app folders just like all the other tiles on the Start Menu.

According to reports the new App folders for the Start Menu feature in the Windows 10 Creators Update will likely become available for testing to Insiders in January 2017, ahead of its official public launch in March 2017.

In fact, the App folders for the Start Menu feature is already available in a recently leaked Windows 10 build which unfolded a number of other new features, including a new Cortana-powered OOBE, Blue Light Reduction, and improvements to Edge, Settings, among other things.

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