Windows 10 by default shows three columns of tiles in the Start menu. There’s a hidden fourth column, though, that can show you more apps and info at a glance when you click the Windows button. Here’s how to enable it.

1. Open Settings. You can do this from the Start menu.

windows settings2. Click Personalization.

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3. Click Start in the left menu and then toggle “Show more tiles” to on.

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The Start menu will now have an extra column of space, which you can drag tiles into.

windows start 4thcolumn

Bonus tip: If you drag the right edge of the Start menu to the right, you’ll get another 4 columns of tiles to rearrange and organize to your heart’s content.

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