You know that thing you hate in Windows that you really wish you could change? Right, that thing. That’s the thing that Stardock aims to fix with its wide array of customization products, and Start11 tries to fix the Windows 11 Start Menu. If you’re one of the people that think that the Start Menu in the new OS is bad, you’re in the right place. Having been in beta since August, the Start11 release candidate is now available.
For starters (that’s right; I went there), you can change the Start Menu to either the Windows 7 or Windows 10 design. Sorry, Windows 8 fan.
There are other customization options as well. For example, you can change the taskbar around. you can add textures like fabric, dark wood, carbon fibre, and more. But that’s not all, as you can actually change the taskbar size and change the position.
That’s right; the ability to place the taskbar on the side or top of the screen was removed in Windows 11, and Start11 brings the feature back. You can even put it on diffe…