Okay, I'm really AR, and I like to keep a lean Start Menu, with functional groups (like all graphic related programs under, duh, Graphics). I would rather click through a couple of levels than scroll through lots of individual program listings.
Similarly, I like to keep all program files on my C: drive and all of my data and user files, etc. on my D: drive (I told you I am AR, right?). (Oh yeah, and both drives are actually Raid mirrors...)
ANYWAY, the problem is that, when try to organize All Programs on my Start menu, I right click on All Programs and then Open All Users and Programs. Unfortunately, when I do this I don't see all of the programs that I see when I simply open the All Programs box. (Grrrrrrr....)
I suspect that this comes from the fact that I moved my USERS account and all data files to the D: drive when I set up the computer, but it appears that a number of programs have not followed my intentions (or I screwed up somewhere else, which is VERY possible), and as a result there is an additional USERS directory on my C: drive. Yeah, each drive has a USERS directory.
Therefore, when I right click on All Programs on the Start menu and then select Open All Users and Programs, I appear to be only seeing the USERS folder on the C: drive.
Any suggestions on how to resolve this mess will be greatly appreciated.