Windows 10: Start customization improves with quick links

Zac Bowden

Windows 10

Windows 7 users will be glad to know that in the most recent builds of Windows 10, the ability to customize the quick links is now back, meaning you can change what shows up below the Most used apps list.

Windows 10 Build 10125 finally enables the Customize list area in the Settings app, and it allows you to change the quick links which are listed below the Most Used area. Windows 7 users have the same functionality on the right hand side of the Start Menu.

As of right now, you can pin File Explorer, Settings, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, Videos, HomeGroup, Network and Personal Folder to the quick links area. It is unknown if more options will be added in future builds.

Being able to customize the quick links area of the Start Menu will definitely please Windows 7 users, and will allow the Start Menu / Screen to be even more personal to each individual user.

Check out our hands on video of build 10125 below and let us know what you think. Windows 10 build 10125 is an unreleased and unleaked build.