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Windows 7: How do I add a new folder to Start menu?

16 Mar 2010   #11


How do your folders behave when you click on them? Do you use them for documents or applications?
I want to use folders to group applications like in XP. But if I clikc on a folder it opens an explorer window and not a menu containing a list of the apps.

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