Start menu not updating

So, if you've already made the mistake of embarking on some long-winded fix on a random internet forum that didn't work, then give this a go.

The bad news: it involves downloading Microsoft’s Windows Media Creation Tool and creating Windows 10 installation media on a DVD or USB storage device.

Unless your PC or laptop is excruciatingly old and slow, a full reinstallation shouldn't take long.

(Just make sure you have your Windows 10 product key to hand!

If your Start menu isn’t working, these fixes should do the trick.

Hope what I write is actually helping you with whatever problem you're having now.

The question is how to add my needed items to start menu in bulk?

I am not interested in by-one solutions, like reinstalling programs (imagine you yourself reinstall dozens of programs just to put them into menu).

:-) You may not know this, but what we do every day, is making things easier: we write articles that are easy to read; we write instructions easy to follow; we make complicated things easy to understand... If you’ve recently upgraded to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, version 1709, and found that your Start menu is not opening, making it impossible to use the very handy Search feature, you’re not alone.

So feel free to let me know how you think I should write better, I'm open to all sorts of constructive suggestions. Many Windows 10 users are reporting this problem as well. The exact cause of this problem varies on different combinations of PC environments, but there are indeed solutions that are going to help you fix your not working Start menu problem before Microsoft rolls out a permanent solution. You may not have to try them all; just work your way down until you find the one works for you.

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