In this tutorial, you will learn about how to reset Windows 10 Start Menu layout to default.
The Windows 10 Start Menu offers you the option to pin applications as tiles, turn on/off live tiles, resize the live tiles, change their position, and more. In spite of the fact that it works entirely great, sometimes you may get the problem in getting to the right-click menu for live tiles or some other problems. Hence, in such situations, resetting the Windows 10 Start Menu to default layout is useful for you.
Prior to doing any changes, you should take a system backup or create a system restore point to avoid any mishaps.
How to Reset Windows 10 Start Menu Layout to Default
1. Press Windows Key + R then type “regedit” and click OK to open the Registry Editor.
2. Go to the following path:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER → Software → Microsoft → Windows → CurrentVersion → CloudStore → Store → Cache → DefaultAccount
3. Delete the “DefaultAccount” key.
4. Once you delete the key, simply restart Windows Explorer or your computer.
After that, the Windows 10 Start Menu layout will reset to the default.
Hope something helps you.