For a recent project, I rebuilt 5 of the supplied show computers as they were all very out-of-date. The Windows 10 Start Menu is a good hybrid of the legacy (ie. Windows 7 and earlier) and interactive Windows 8 options. But I do find much of the preset options unneeded for business (vs. personal) computing. Each show computer has dozens of settings customized to optimize performance. The Start Menu removes all unneeded options and adds many of the now buried features, along with a logical organization to everything (Side note: I am not a fan of forcing users to see the APPS scrolling window and forcing users to only have small icons for the much more used left action buttons). Here is a screen shot of the Windows 10 Start Menu on the 5 graphics computers I setup:

Windows 10 Start Menu