If you have recently upgraded to Windows 11 but find it difficult to adjust to the new interface, there are ways to make it look and feel like Windows 10. Here are some steps you can take to make Windows 11 look like Windows 10:
- Change the theme
Windows 11 comes with a new theme that is quite different from the theme of Windows 10. However, you can easily change the theme to make Windows 11 look like Windows 10. Right-click on the desktop and select “Personalize.” From here, you can choose the Windows 10 theme or select a custom theme that looks like Windows 10.
- Customize the taskbar
The taskbar in Windows 11 has a new design that can be overwhelming for some users. However, you can customize the taskbar to look like the Windows 10 taskbar. Right-click on the taskbar and select “Taskbar settings.” From here, you can choose to align the taskbar icons to the left, enable the small taskbar icons, and enable the taskbar button for the desktop.
- Bring back the old Start menu
The Start menu in Windows 11 has a new design that is quite different from the Start menu in Windows 10. However, you can bring back the old Start menu using third-party software such as Classic Shell or StartIsBack.
- Customize the desktop icons
The icons on the Windows 11 desktop are different from the icons in Windows 10. However, you can customize the desktop icons to look like the Windows 10 icons. Right-click on the desktop and select “Personalize.” From here, select “Themes” and then “Desktop icon settings.” You can then choose the icons you want to use.
- Change the File Explorer view
The File Explorer in Windows 11 has a new design that can be overwhelming for some users. However, you can change the File Explorer view to look like the File Explorer in Windows 10. Open File Explorer and select “View” from the menu bar. From here, choose “Options” and then “Change folder and search options.” Under the “View” tab, select “Apply to Folders” and then click “OK.”
By following these steps, you can make Windows 11 look and feel like Windows 10. This can make it easier to adjust to the new operating system and provide you with a familiar interface.