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    It's possible to backup and restore the Start menu settings when it's causing problems, or you want to move your settings to a new account, and here we show you how to do it.

    The new Start menu on Windows 10 is more useful and customizable than ever before. You have a new rail on the left to access settings and other locations. In the middle, you have a quick access to the list with all your installed apps, and on the right, you have your Live Tiles constantly showing updates to keep your informed.
    Everything you see and customize in the Start menu is stored in a database inside the TileDataLayer folder. The only problem is that when you least expect it, the database can get damaged causing the menu not to work properly. To resolve any issues, or you want to move your settings to a fresh installation or new PC, it's possible to backup and restore the Start menu database with all your preferences on Windows 10.

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    02-11-2017 03:10 PM

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