Customizing the Start Menu of Windows 10 is a very popular, easy-to-implement Windows 10 modification. For example, you can hide or turn off All Apps in the Start Menu. This is the way.
1: Hide all apps from the Start menu
The simplest way to do this is to hide all applications. This method leaves a single button so you can still see All apps as needed.
Press the Windows key + I to go to the Personalization section of your Control Panel. Click Start in the bottom left.
Uncheck Show apps list in Start menu.
The change is immediate and does not require a restart. By using this method, there will now be a small icon in the upper left with four squares and four lines that you can still click at any time to access All apps.
2: Remove all apps from the start menu
If you do not want to see the All Apps menu, that’s also possible with the Group Policy Editor. Please note that Windows 10 Home] / b] will need to pass some rounds to enable Group Policy Editor in Windows 10 Home Edition.
Hit Windows Key + R and enter gpedit.msc and press Enter.
Browse to User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Start Menu and taskbar.
Look to the right of the Delete All Programs list from the Start menu and double-click it.
Click Activate. A new option will appear indicating Choose one of the following actions. Each setting is explained, but we will look at them in the case.
Collapse will hide all Applications but also leave icons to access them at any time. This method is like Step 1.
Collapse and disable the same settings as collapse except for the check or uncheck option, Show apps list in the Start menu. in the Control Panel will be grayed out.
Removing and disabling settings will remove and disable everything. No, All apps, no All apps icon and options will be greyed out in the Control Panel.