How to Fix Windows 10 Start Menu fullscreen Start Menu Stuck Issue

Windows Start Menu allows you to interact with Software, and there were many essential elements that you found in the taskbar from Start Menu. Users are used to this feature and when Microsoft launched Windows 9 with a full-screen Start Screen with Colorful Live Tiles. Which turned out to be a mistake that later fixed with the Windows 10 revamped Start Menu with more productive feature such as integration of Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistants, Live Tiles and taskbar.

If you are a Windows user for a long time but you accidentally click on the Windows Start Menu instead of pressing the Shutdown button. Likely, This could happen to anyone. However, for some reason, you stuck on the Start Menu. You tried all possible ways to get rid of using multiple tweaks such as Shutting down, Restarting, Toggled the Full-Screen option off/On repeatedly but still there is no change made.


Fix Windows 10 Full-Screen Start Menu

Today, We are going to teach you how you can quickly solve with simple steps that you can follow to resolve your problem. We believe you can return to your regular desktop on Windows 10 by fixing the expanding Start Menu on Full Screen.

Solution 1: Turn off Tablet Mode.

Microsoft Windows 10 also comes with a Windows 8 style Start Menu, It designed for Tablet users, but Desktop users accidentally Turn on and stuck with it.

  1. Open the “Action Center” on your computer.
    (Action Center placed on the Bottom-Right edge of taskbar, the Shortcut key is “Windows Key logo” + “A.”)
  2. Find the “Tablet Mode” icon.
    (You can’t find Tablet mode, then click on “Expand” to view all Action Center buttons.)
  3. Click it to turn it off.

Solution 2: Turn Off Full Screen from Windows Setting.

You can also disable the Windows Full Screen Start Menu from Windows setting to close the expanding.

  1. Open “Setting” on your Windows.
    (Shortcut Key: “Windows Key Logo” + “I”)
  2. Click on “Rationalization.”
    (You can also search for Rationalization setting if you didn’t find on setting page.)
  3. Choose “Start” from the Navigation panel.
    (Navigation Panel placed on the left sidebar of the screen.)
  4. Here, you will find “Use Start Full Screen” toggle, Click on the toggle to disable.
    (In Case: It already turned off, then turn it on and then disable again.)
  5. Sometimes, it requires you to restarting your computer, but mostly it reflects in real-time.

Solution 3: Disable Tablet Mode at Start from Setting.

If Tablet Mode doesn’t off, then you can try to disable Tablet Mode from Setting.

  1. Open “Setting” on your Computer
    (Shortcut Key: “Windows Key Logo” + “I”)
  2. Click on “System.”
    (It first set to appear, you can also search for setting in setting search.)
  3. Head over to “Tablet Mode.”
    (You find it Slide Bar placed on the left side.)
  4. Then, Select “Desktop Mode.”
    (You can also select “Use the appropriate mode for my hardware” based on your preference.)

Solution 4: Customize Project Settings

It could be the issue, but mostly it doesn’t report by anyone.

  1. Open “Action Center” from the taskbar.
    (You will find Action Center in the bottom right corner of the display.)
  2. Now, Click on “Project” Button.
    (Shortcut Key: Project button on your Keyboard, generally found in laptops.)
  3. A Project window appears, Click on PC Screen only.
  4. That’s it.

Hopefully, we assume that you have found this troubleshooting guide helpful and your Start Menu Tablet Mode problem fixed. We like to know whether we helped fix your problem and if you have any queries, Share in the comment section down below.

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