I figured I'd post here instead of Help and Support since I see that more as technical support, but I understand if this needs to be moved. When a feature looks messy and incomprehensible to me, I just don't use it if I have no real need, so I haven't used the Start screen AT ALL - I just go there for search. However, I get how it's meant to serve, and see the potential for my customizing it as the quick launcher I believe it's meant to be. So what I'd really like to know first is, how EXACTLY does it work right now? I can't find in depth information about it. The first 2 columns are standard, then another column of manufacturer apps (in my case, VAIO apps). Then, apparently unorganized, unnamed, haphazard columns of anywhere from TWO to 24 random applications AND non-applications like help files or website links. MAYBE the groups are programs installed at about same time. Finally, the most random column: Food and Health live tiles, reading app and PC settings, OneNote, and documents and pictures. I see no logic to this arrangement. I'm in my documents and pictures every day. I've never opened OneNote. I do want to understand its function mainly for my own understanding, but it'll also let me know what to expect once I start editing my Start screen - will future installs or something ruin my customizations or will things only get added at the end?