When you start your Windows 10 PC, it will automatically boot to the desktop. BTW, have you ever wondered whether it is possible to make the computer boot to the Start Screen (see the following picture)? If such an idea did occur in your mind, you will know that you are able to directly boot Windows 10 to Start Screen, referring to the steps illustrated in this article.
Step 1: Go to replace the Start Menu with the Start Screen.
Step 2: Turn on the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties dialog.
Right-tap any blank area on the taskbar, and choose Properties in the menu.
Step 3: Deselect related setting in the Navigation settings.
Click the Navigation tab, deselect the setting called When I sign in or close all apps on a screen, go to the desktop instead of Start, and then choose OK.
Later, when you restart or log in your PC, the computer will boot to Start Screen instead of desktop.
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