|01 Apr 2013||#1|
Add custom menu to Start > Programs menu
How do I add a folder/menu to the "Programs" menu
In WinXP I could do it with my eyes shut in "C:\Docs and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs"
When I attempt to do the same in Win7 64bit "C:\Users\All Users\Start Menu" is a link -- "access denied"
Image is my old XP structure
I am using Classic Shell Start (Sourceforge) -- just to annoy the younger players
Will appreciate any help,
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|01 Apr 2013||#2|
If I read you correctly you can navigate to:
C:\Users\"Computer name"\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs
Create a new folder in the folder named Programs and it will appear in Start> All programs
See ive created a folder called "Boo" and my "computer name" is scotty:
AppData maybe hidden, if so go to control panel, icons view and locate Folder Options. Once opened
click the view tab and click Show hidden files,folders, or drives.
Hope this helps?
P.S. Do you like Batman TAS?
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