Many users want their start menu layout to be roamed, meaning they will get the start menu layout back when they reinstall their computer or log in to another computer. Starting with Windows 10 version 1703 Creators Update it is possible to roam the layout of the start menu using UE-V (User Experience Virtualization).

The start menu layout roaming with the UE-V template that I published over at the TechNet Gallery works best in scenarios where the devices have the same applications installed, otherwise the user will get shortcuts to applications that are not installed removed when clicking them.

NOTE: This is NOT an official solution and for sure an unsupported one. Let’s hope there will be a more supported solution from Microsoft in the future.

Download the UE-V template for start menu roaming in Windows 10 v1703 or later