As the public release of Windows 11 approaches, different developers come up with tools to customize the OS. I recently saw popular software company Stardock release the Start 11 app, which brings back the classic Start Menu UI for Windows 11. StartIsBack, a popular start alternative to previous versions of Windows, has announced a preview version of the app for Windows 11. .. You can now get the Windows 10 and Windows 7 Start menu and taskbar designs for the following Windows 11 OS:
The new Start Is Back preview in Windows 11 allows users to customize the design of the taskbar to make it look like the design in Windows 10 or 7.Also add Classic system tray layout Replaces the more streamlined system tray UI of Windows 11 from previous versions of Windows.In addition, the user[スタート]You can also change the Windows icon in the menu and change the ribbon style in File Explorer.
Now, as the name implies, StartIsBack is for Windows 11[スタート]The focus is on menu customization.Therefore, when using this app, users will be on Windows 11[スタート]Menu for Windows 7[スタート]You can change it to a menu. There are three options for the Start Menu theme – Suitable Windows 11, Kinda Windows 10, and Remaster Windows 7.. You can compare all three Start Menu designs attached just below side by side.
In addition, users have the option to customize the Start Menu UI design to add rounded and sharp corners. Users can also choose the full Windows 7 Start design. In addition, you have the option to customize the Start Menu colors from the system theme. This is pretty cool.
In addition, the developers say the app is designed to be more resource-efficient than Windows 11’s built-in Start menu and taskbar.So, in an interesting way, StartIsBack actually Improve Windows 11 performance Laptop or desktop PC. The developers say they created the Windows 11 preview app from scratch. Also, it only runs on Windows 11.
So if you’re a Windows Insider running the latest Windows 11 Beta or Dev build, you can get the app by visiting the official StartIsBack website. However, developers say it runs better on the Windows 11 beta channel than on the development channel. Currently, the app is free for all users to try, but when the free period in November ends, you will eventually have to purchase a license.