Rearranging the Start Menu
Right click Start button
Select Explore and/or Explore All Users.
Then open the Programs folder.
Create new subfolders then rearrange shortcuts to the user start menu you
"Agustin E. Beci" <> wrote in message
news:%23yJEZfERDHA.3192TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...recently> Start Menu Program Shortcut Locations:
> drive:\Doents and Settings\USERNAME\Start Menu\
> drive:\Doents and Settings\USERNAME\Start Menu\Programs\
> drive:\Doents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\
> drive:\Doents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\
> For older software versions:
> drive:\Windows\Start Menu
> drive:\Windows\Profiles\USERNAME\Start Menu
> In XP view:
> The programs listed on the left, outside the All Programs menu are> used program shortcuts, or shortcuts pined to the Start Menu.
> All the shortcuts to programs come in an *.lnk file (link)
> Run a search to locate specifics.
> Agustin E. Beci
> "Gotta have heart!"
> "Robert" <mountaincatbob> wrote in message
> news:04a001c34441$032ade90$a301280aphx.gbl...>> > After setting up a new hard drive with XP, I loaded lots
> > of software during several sessions. Upon attempting to
> > organize the start menu, I discovered that half of the
> > programs did not show up, even though they have been
> > installed. When switching to the "classic" view, some of
> > them are there, but not all of them.
> > How do I get all of my programs to show up in the same
> > start menu? How many menus are there, anyway?
> > Thanks,
> > Bob