The Start menu on Windows 11/10 allows users to pin applications for easier access. You can sort your frequently used apps on your Start menu Windows 11 or group them into a Live Tile, expand the width of the Start menu on Windows 10.
For some reason, the Start menu layout is cluttered due to a system error or the person who borrowed the computer, it is annoying. Instead of having to rearrange, you can use Backup Start Menu Layout, a free portable software that helps users to backup and restore Start menu layout easily with just one click.
To use Backup Start Menu Layout to backup and restore the layout on Windows 11/10, follow these steps.
Step 1: You enter this to load Backup Start Menu Layout.
Unzip and double-click the file BackupSML.exe (with 32-bit) or BackupSML_x64.exe (with 64-bit) to launch the software.
Step 2: On the interface, you click the following icons to backup and restore the Start menu layout.
– Click the floppy disk icon (Create a Backup) to instantly back up the current layout of the Start menu.
Backup done, it has a name New Layout, you can rename it to distinguish it from future backups. Right click > select Rename to rename.
– When you need to restore, click to select the desired layout > click the first clock icon (Restore Backup).
When restoring, the application’s Live Tile position, size, or Start menu width will be reverted to the time when the layout you chose to backup.
– The software has the option to set the layout to the default state like installing Windows, you click the float icon (Reset Start Menu Layout).
– When the backup list is too much or you want to delete it, click to select the backups > click the trash can icon (Remove Backup).