Windows 10: Name App Groups from the Start Menu
Even though a lot of people complained about Windows 8 look at first, there was one great feature in that OS – grouping start screen tiles together, so that you could get a more organized PC. Windows 10 also allows your to create app groups. What’s more, you can name them to be able to find them really quickly. Plus you can use the group title bar to rearrange your groups.
So, how do you name app groups from the Start menu in Windows 10? Easy! Just move your mouse just above the group and click on the black box. That will let you edit the group title. By default, the title is empty. So, type in a name and then click outside of the box to save the title.
You can rearrange app groups by simply clicking on them and dragging them around. And if you right-click on an app, you can resize its tile. To rearrange app groups, click on the group title bar and drag the group to its new home.
Now that was easy, wasn’t it?