The Recommendations section of Windows 11’s Start menu has never been particularly useful. Soon the “Recommended” section becomes even more confusing as it contains links to websites that the operating system thinks may be of interest to the user.
The mentioned innovation appeared in the beta build of Windows 11 with number 22621.2359, which recently became available to members of the Microsoft Insider program on the Release Preview channel. This indicates that links to websites will soon appear in the Start menu of stable versions of the software platform.
This update adds websites to the Recommended section of the Start menu. The websites are personalized and based on your browsing history. This feature allows you to quickly access websites that are important to you. You can remove any URL from the Recommended section using the context menu.Microsoft said in a statement.
Note that the developers have left users the opportunity to disable the function of displaying links to websites in the Start menu by changing the corresponding option in the “Personalization Settings” section. Microsoft enterprise customers can manage this feature through a separate policy.