Menu path: Setup > User Interface > Desktop > Start Menu

In this area, you can configure the desktop start menu:

  • Start menu types
    • Classic - Default setting which is similar to that from Windows 95 - a list of available sessions and options
    • Advanced - An expanded start menu featuring a search function and a more attractive design. It requires more resources, which is particularly noticeable on slow devices.
    • Automatic - Automatically selects the classic or advanced start menu depending on the processor.

Select which options are to be shown in the start menu:

  • Lock screen
  • Log off
  • System restart
  • Shut down
  • System tab
  • Information
  • Show active user name in About, Application Launcher and Start Menu

    ☑ The current user will be shown at the top edge of the relevant window.

    ☐ The current user will not be shown.

    In order for user names to be recognized and passed on, you must configure two settings beforehand:
    • Enable Active Directory/Kerberos: Security > Active Directory/Kerberos
    • Enable local logon: Security > Logon > Active Directory/Kerberos