On most PC tech magazines and tech blogs, they say Windows 10 brought Start menu back and got rid of ‘Start Screen’.
However, actually the answer should be ‘Yes’ and ‘No’.
Most English-speaking people I have met so far tend to consider only surface of issues, not the implication of an issue or another aspects under the surface.
I know what kind of answer they want. But if I just answer so, I know that they will not understand things correctly. On the other hands, Koreans ( not current young generations, but till the generation I’m in ) tend to understand by applying individual case which is mentioned in broader way. In other words, if one things is explained, Koreans tend to apply it for broader case and tries to figure out if it can be true for that broadened case. Then they find the optimal boundary where it can be applied.
Back to the Windows 10 stuff..
The Start menu have integrated Start Screen. So, depending on how you see it, you can say it’s still there or there is no Start Screen.
There is another aspect.
On desktop, you can set “Tablet mode” forcefully.
Then the Start Screen appears like Windows 8.x.
However, the reason MS brought its Start menu back in Windows 10 and thus put the precedence of Start Screen backward is that users complaint about the awkwardness of Start screen on desktop and inconvenience of not having Start menu.
So, I don’t think there will be more people to turn on tablet mode on desktop environment.
So, although the Start Screen is there, it will be more rational to say “there is no Start Screen” for most users.
Probably it’s the reason most magazines and blogs for PCs describe that Windows 10 ( for desktop ) don’t have Start Screen and superseded by new Start menu on steroid.