It seems like there's a difference in the way that the start button works. Regarding the start menu fix, you can insert a registry entry to get back the "classic" start menu. Unfortunately, they define the "classic" start menu as the Windows 10 start menu, which is somewhat ironic. The windows 10 start menu is still better than what they have on 11, though. Still waiting for the Stardock program to be updated, in any case. In my opinion, it would be a mistake for them to wait until the end of the year to start to work on it. They should work on the developer build so that the program will be ready to go right away at the end of the year. Until then, use the "classic" windows 10 menu.