What is old is new again. Microsoft finally bought the functionality that was available in its mobile OS to the Windows 10 on computers, that being the ability to create Start menu folders.

These are basic folders that allow you to essentially organize your Live Tiles into clusters.

See how easy it is to create Start menu folders in Windows 10.

1. Bring up the Start menu by clicking on the Windows icon on your Taskbar, or pressing the Winkey on your keyboard.

2. Simply drag an app tile on top of another to create a folder.

3. You can add multiple tiles in one folder, and expand it by clicking, which will then list all the apps and games that it houses.

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