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    The Windows 10 Start menu can be customized with different tiles to represent your favorite apps, games, and websites. But what if you want more control over how they look?
    Microsoft allows app developers, game makers, and website owners to create custom tiles when you pin one of their products to the Start menu. Sadly, the way some of these tiles look is just plain ugly. But what if you could get more control over the appearance?
    WinTileR is a cheap app for Windows 10 that allows you to customize the way your tiles look and function on the OS. It costs just $0.99 and comes with a free trial to help you decide whether or not to pick it up. Here's how it works.

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    08-08-2018 12:10 PM

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