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How to turn On or Off Start Menu Submenus in windows 10

If you’re any kind of PC tweaker, like we are, you spend way too much time inside the Windows Control Panel. One of the quibbles we’ve had with past versions of Windows was the several layers of clicks you’d have to negotiate to get into the depths of Control Panel.
The default layout of the Windows 10 Start menu is designed to give you quick access to the most-used folders on the PC and fast access to your tiles. If you’d prefer or you don't like to see the contents of those folders in a submenu instead of having Windows pop open a whole new window follow these steps:


1-To set this up, right-click in the taskbar, and choose Properties from the resulting context menu.
2-In the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog box that pops up, click the Start Menu tab, then the Customize button.




4. To Turn On Start Menu AutoCascade of Submenus
4-1) Check the "Open submenus when I pause on them with the mouse pointer" box, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot)

5. To Turn Off Start Menu AutoCascade of Submenus

5-2) Uncheck the "Open submenus when I pause on them with the mouse pointer" box, and click/tap on OK.

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