It seems likely that Windows 10 operating with the Start Menu rather than the Start Screen will not include grouped tiles. I'm fine with that, because I like using the Start Menu, and tiles without sub-categories. But here's a tip to launch groups of shortcuts from the Start Menu, and also maintain them in a simple form, while also keeping a neat and tidy Desktop: 1) Create a folder in any desired location in which to store shortcuts 2) Copy or create shortcuts to programs and apps and functions in this folder 3) Create a single shortcut to this folder on the Desktop. When typing the location of the folder, start with the word "explore". My folder is C:\Shorts , so the location of this shortcut is explore C:\Shorts . Windows will add the path to explore automatically. 4. Change the icon to the shortcut as desired. 5. Context-click on the shortcut and choose "Pin to Start". Resize and locate as desired within the Start Menu tiles. The idea of a folder of shortcuts is not new. I've been doing this since Windows 3.1 in the previous century.