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How to organise your Start Menu apps list in Windows 10

5 hours agoOrganize Start Menu app list. To delete an item from your Start Menu's app list: Right-click the item. Click "More" > "Open file location". In the File Explorer window which appears, click the

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9 Best Free Windows Start Menu Replacements and …

4 hours ago9. MaxLauncher (Free) MaxLauncher is one of the best Windows start menu replacements. The user can simply customize the quick menu with the apps and folder they want. By just dragging and dropping the files and folder you can adjust the menu. Other than customizing the menu, it is very easy to open the menu.

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10 Ways to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu

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Published: May 03, 2017
2. Organize, Edit, Delete, or Add New Items to the Apps List. You can easily get to the Start menu’s folder structure on the hard drive to edit, rearrange, or even add new items.
3. Resize the Start Menu. You can quickly resize the Start menu by dragging the top or right edge of the menu with your mouse. Resizing vertically works just as you’d expect.
4. Pin and Unpin Tiles. You can easily pin and unpin tiles by right-clicking on each one and selecting “Unpin from Start.” If there’s an app that isn’t pinned, but you want a tile for it, just browse through the list of apps on the left side of the Start menu.
5. Resize Tiles. You can change the size of a tile by right-clicking it, pointing to “Resize,” and then picking the size you want. Advertisement. Four small tiles fit into a medium tile.
6. Turn Off Live Tile Updates. If all those flashing tiles end up annoying you, just right-click on them, point to “More,” and then choose “Turn live tile off.”
7. Group Tiles Into Folders. You can also group tiles on the Start menu into folders. These folders work much like app folders on a smartphone. To create a new folder, drag any tile and drop it onto another tile.
8. Remove All Live Tiles if You Don’t Like Them. If you don’t like the tiles on your Start menu at all, you can remove them. Just right-click each one and then click “Unpin from Start” until they’re all gone.
9. Change the Start Menu (and Taskbar) Color. You can easily change the color of your Start Menu and Taskbar. Head to Settings > Personalization > Colors to get started.
10. Control How Your App Lists Appear on the Start Menu. By default, your Start menu displays several of your recently installed, most used, and suggested apps, followed by a list of all the apps installed on your system.
11. Choose Which Folders Appear on the Start Menu. The User, Documents, Pictures, Settings, and Power options are now tucked away in a tiny column on the far left of the Start menu.

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Start Menu Organizer Free download and software …

2 hours agoStart Menu Organizer can help. The program's interface is simple and clean, requiring no explanation. The program provides users with premade folders with such labels as Games, Internet, Utilities

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How To Organize Your Menu Planning 10 Simple Meal Ideas

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Published: Apr 03, 2020
1. Spaghetti: - It’s easy to quickly boil noodles and simmer some spaghetti sauce. Spaghetti has so many add-ons your family will enjoy: Italian sausage, hamburger, diced vegetables and a variety of herbs and seasonings.
2. Tacos, Olay! - If your family likes Mexican food, whip up a batch of tacos for dinner. Use hard and soft shells for variety. For family menu planning, dice the fixin’s ahead of time so you can just pull them out on taco night.
3. Macaroni and cheese - What kid doesn’t like this as a dinner main dish? Spice it up with diced tomatoes, crumbled bacon, sliced hot dogs or hamburger.
4. Pizza - This is not the store-bought or the delivery. Keep several prepared pizza crusts on hand. We like make our pizza dough but when we don’t have time, Pillsbury is our favorite.
5. Skewers - you can create tasty chicken, pork, seafood or beef kebobs quickly. Skewer the meat and your favorite vegetables and place them in a sealed container until meal day.
6. Hot dogs and mashed potatoes - Nothing could be easier than throwing them in a pot of boiling water or grilling them up. For the health-conscious family, use light franks or turkey franks by Oscar Mayer or Ballpark.
7. Chef salad - Salads are always quick to fix but they usually lack something in the taste department. With a chef salad you get your portion of protein from lean ham or turkey.
8. Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich - Dinner doesn’t need to be a four-course meal. For a new taste, add deli meat or a juicy tomato. Our local deli makes an amazing grilled cheese panini with three cheeses, bacon & tomatoes on sourdough bread with a pesto sauce on the side…YUM!
9. Tortilla wraps - Create delicious quick sandwiches with your favorite flavor of tortilla. Glaze with mustard or low calorie mayonnaise. Add crunchy veggies and diced chicken, pork or beef and some hot sauce to spice it up.
10. Leftover creations - Use leftovers to create salads, casseroles, sandwiches and soups. Don’t let anything go to waste if it can be used for new meals. Let these ideas spark your interest in having a great meal with your family.
11. Download ViveTool and extract it on the desktop with folder name ViveTool. ViveTool
12. Open Command Prompt as an administrator and if you're prompted click Yes.
13. Now, head to c:\Users\rezaf\Desktop\ViveTool using cmd.
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15. Press enter and restart your computer. ...
16. Click the Windows logo at the bottom left of the screen to open the Start menu. ...
17. When the Start screen appears, you will see a grid of live tiles on the right size. ...
18. To pin a program to the Start menu, right-click on it, and choose Pin to Start.
19. The Start menu can be resized to several predefined shapes as seen in the examples below. ...

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How to customize the Start menu on Windows 10 …

1 hours agoHow to create groups in Start menu. You can also organize the Start menu tiles into groups. For example, you can create a group to round up all your work applications, group your frequent apps, or

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Hate the Windows 11 Start Menu? Here's How to Change …

Just NowThe new Start menu in Windows 11 is off to a shaky start. Though it probably has its fans, many people have given its interface a thumbs down.If you're one of them, though, you can do more than

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How to Customize the Start Menu in Windows 11

5 hours ago2. Add Library Folder Shortcuts to the Start Menu. Alas, you can’t pin folder desktop shortcuts to the Start menu in Windows 11. However, you can still add library folder shortcuts to that menu, such as your user account’s Videos, Documents, Pictures, Downloads, and Music subfolders, among others.

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How to customize the new start menu in Windows 11 …

5 hours agoOrganize recommended apps in the start menu. Another new feature of the start menu, Windows 11 will try to figure out which files and apps should show at certain points in the day. Recently used

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How to edit Windows 10 Start menu folders and applications

3 hours agoIn fact, some create folders in the Start menu and others create shortcuts. It is therefore convenient to organize it. It is well known that Windows 10 has a Start menu customization section. However, it is not possible to edit the contents of the list. In order to organize these items, it is necessary to resort to the file explorer.

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Customize the Windows 11 Start menu Microsoft Docs

3 hours agoOEMs can customize the Windows 11 Start layout so that OEM-defined items (apps and/or websites) are pinned in certain areas of the Start menu. Start layout customizations are configured with LayoutModification.json and, optionally, LayoutModification.xml: LayoutModification.json provides full support for app pins.

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Organizing Windows 10’s Start Menu Folders and Icons to

6 hours agoHello! This post is related to Organising the All Apps Menu? of a couple years ago.. I have built PC running Windows 7 for years and have been organizing the shortcuts in both Start Many locations (user-specific, all users) to my heart’s content, getting the Windows 7 Start Menu on screen to look just the way I wanted it.

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Download Winstep Start Menu Organizer 1.5

3 hours agoWinstep Start Menu Organizer is an approachable Windows utility that enables users to organize apps and folders in the Start Menu, in order to find them easier. It …

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Portable Start Menu Easy way to start Applications Free

3 hours agoPortable Start Menu is a simple and free start menu application that can be installed on USB sticks or local PCs. Organize your programs in a simple menu system and launch them via a tray icon or the integrated quick start feature.

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Windows 10 Start Menu Alternatives PCMag

1 hours agoTo organize your Start menu folders and shortcuts, click on the Start button, right-click on the All Programs entry, and then click on either Open or Open All Users. Files Explorer pops up

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How to organize your Windows Start menu CNET

8 hours agoKnown as Tidy Start Menu, this utility can suggest ways to organize your menu and take you through the process. Tidy Start Menu is available as both freeware and a more full-featured $20 edition.

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Windows 10 How to Organize the Start Menu YouTube

3 hours agoHow to Organize the Start Menu into Folders in Windows 10System Folders locations areC:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\ProgramsC:\Users\UserName\Ap

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Replace Your Windows 10 Start Menu With these Alternatives

1 hours agoStart Menu 8 has two Start Menu styles, one is based on Windows 7 style and the other is a bit flat similar to Windows 8 menus. It has over a dozen built-in Start menu buttons that are actually very high quality. Like other apps, the Start menu is fully customizable and you can add remove items and change icon sizes as you please.

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Organize Start Screen Windows 10 Discover The Best

1 hours agoHow to Organize Windows 10 Start Menu - Lifewire. top www.lifewire.com. Select the Start button. Hover your pointer over the far-right side of the Start menu until it turns into a double arrow. When you see the arrow, click and drag it towards the left. The Start menu will now be in a more recognizable size. More ›.

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SMOz (Start Menu Organizer) download SourceForge.net

8 hours agoDownload SMOz (Start Menu Organizer) for free. SMOz (Start Menu Organizer) is a tool that can organize the Windows start menu. SMOz has an easy to use interface with undo/redo support, batch organization, and can associate start menu items with installed programs to ease management of start menu.

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Start Menus Category USB Apps Free Portable Software

4 hours agoPortable Start Menu is a Free Portable application that can be used to organize all of your portable applications for quick launch via a start tray icon. It works much like the Start Button in Windows with the exception that the Portable Start Menu is only used for launching the preinstalled portable applications from your …

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Start Menu Organizer CNET Download

9 hours agoStart Menu 8. Free to try. Bring back flexible customizing, grouping, and searching operations with familiar quick start, interface, and navigation. Windows.

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How to Organize and Edit Apps in the Start Menu ‘All Apps

3 hours agoThe How to Organize and Edit Apps in the Start Menu ‘All Apps’ List of Windows 10 guide is free to read. We help many internet users follow up with interest in a convenient manner. The price of the How to Organize and Edit Apps in the Start Menu ‘All Apps’ List of Windows 10 guide is free.

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Simplify Your Start Menu's Organization CBS News

8 hours agoSure, you can organize the Start menu on your own, but you rarely do; it's just too much work. Here's another alternative: Try a free program that automatically organizes it …

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Organize the Start Menu Windows 7 Help Forums

1 hours agoThe open/explore all users is available if you right click on the all programs entry at the bottom of the main start menu or on individual folders in the all programs menu. And yes these are hidden system folders. See: Start Menu All Programs - Add or Delete Shortcuts. My System Specs. Computer type PC/Desktop.

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Organize Windows Start Menu Discover The Best Events

6 hours agoHow to Organize Windows 10 Start Menu - Lifewire top www.lifewire.com. By default, the Start menu is a little wide and not the more narrow column most of us are used to from Windows 7, Vista, and XP. If you prefer the column, change the size. Select the Start button.

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15 Best Context Menu Editors For Windows 10 in 2021

3 hours agoThe importance of the Windows context menu changes with the way you organize them. Also known as the right-click menu it is typically designed to make your task easier and effortless, but too many entries can make it cumbersome. A cluttered menu is hard to manage and at times you even fail to find the option that you are looking for.

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The Windows 11 Start Menu is barely usable gHacks Tech News

7 hours agoThe default Windows 11 Start Menu displays a search at the top, 18 pinned tiles above the fold, more when you scroll, and recommendations below that. A link to "all apps" is available to display all Start entries in alphabetical order. You find options to lock the system, switch to another account, sign-out, or change the power state of the PC

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Quick Start Menu For Windows Free software downloads

3 hours agoOrganize Start Menu in Windows XP, Vista, Windows 2000 and earlier versions of windows with Express Menu.This is a free windows Start Menu organizer that removes clutter from the programs list and improves your PC experience.. The default Windows Start Menu is easy to use only when you have a few software programs installed. But as time passes by, you install …

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Windows 10 Clean and Organized Start Menu! Anyone doing it

Just NowYes. I recommend using Open-Shell. Much better than the default start menu. Don't stop there, if you want to improve your Windows 10 experience or workflow, use third-party software like the ones I listed below for example.

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How do I organize my apps icon in the Windows 11 Start menu

61-4388-91989 hours agoThe W10 Apps tiles disappear from the new start menu W11. Why not, but I do not see any alternative to organise my bunch of shortcut icons per family ( e.g Music, Devtools). Once an app is pinned

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How to Customize the Windows 11 Start Menu in 2021 [Guide

1 hours agoTune Recommendations in Windows 11 Start Menu. 1. First off, open Settings and navigate to “ Personalization ” from the left pane. Here, scroll down and go to “Start” settings. 2. Now, I would suggest enabling “ Show recently added apps ” to find the new app or program in the Start Menu immediately after installing it.

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Organize Your Start Menu with SMOz Lifehacker

4 hours agoWindows only: Clean up and organize your Windows Start menu with free, open source application SMOz (Start Menu Organizer). With SMOz you can arrange your Start menu content by category through a

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How to Replace the Start Menu in Windows 11 Tom's Hardware

8 hours agomuch more bearable interface when i can make it look like win 7 :) and of course once you enable the win 7 start menu, you can now make folders and organize your stuff like many like/want to do.

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13 Best Ways to Customize Windows 10 Start Menu

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1. Resize the Start Menu. You can resize the Start Menu in Windows 10 like any other window. You can just hold the corner of the Start Screen and resize it the way you want.
2. Pin and Unpin Tiles. You can pin almost anything to the Start menu in Windows 10. You can pin an app to the Start menu by simply right-clicking on an app icon and hitting the “Pin to Start” option.
3. Resize the Tiles. You can resize the tiles according to your needs. Not all the tiles bring you live tile updates, so you can have a “small” size for them while some apps like Mail show you information right on the tile and for that, the size must be at least “medium“.
4. Edit, Create and Move Tile Groups. The Windows 10 Start menu lets you arrange the tiles in groups, depending on their category. You will find two groups by default, “Life at a glance” and “Play and Explore“.
5. Turn On or Off Live Tile Updates. Live tiles are known as “Live tiles” because of the fact that they bring you live information right on the tile but if you don’t have a liking to it, you can always turn it off.
6. Change the color of Start Menu. You can also personalize the way your Start Menu looks. To personalize your Start Menu, go to “Settings“, where you will find a “Personalization” option.
7. Make the Start Menu Transparent. You can choose to make the Start Menu in Windows 10 transparent or non-transparent. In the “Personalization” settings, there’s an option to “Make Start, taskbar and Action Center transparent” in the “Colors” tab, which lets you make the Start Menu transparent or not transparent.
8. Choose which folders appear in the Start Menu. You can choose the folders you want to show on the Start menu. In “Personalization” settings, go to “Start“, which features a highlighted button for “Choose which folders appear on Start“.
9. Get a full-screen Start like Windows 8. There are people who loved the full Start Screen on Windows 8 / 8.1 and Microsoft has included an option to switch to a full-screen Start Screen in Windows 10.
10. Shuffle between Start Screen and Start Menu. Microsoft has included the ability to switch between Start Screen and Start Menu in Windows 10. In the “Action Center“, there’s a toggle “Tablet mode“, which when clicked brings the full-screen Start.

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Create Tile Folders to Organize Start Menu Winhelponline

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1. Open Windows 10 Start menu.
2. Click and drag a tile and drop it over another tile you want to place in one single folder.
3. The result will be a “live folder” which is automatically created. To collapse the live folder, simply click the chevron.

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I love having a large start menu for all my top apps, this

9 hours agoI love having a large start menu for all my top apps, this way, my taskbar indicates only open apps, and the desktop is free as a file workspace. and the desktop is free as a file workspace. Feature. Close. 595. Posted by 3 years ago. Archived. I love having a large start menu for all my top apps, this way, my taskbar indicates only open

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Stardock Start11: Restore the Classic Start Menu in

2 hours agoSoftware Object Desktop Your complete Windows customization suite. Start11 Customize the Start Menu and Taskbar in Windows 10/11. Fences 4 Automatically organize your desktop apps, files, and folders on Windows 10 and 11. DeskScapes Personalize your desktop background with animated pictures and video. Multiplicity Connect multiple PCs with one keyboard and mouse.

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Easy Start Menu Organizer 3.0 Giveaway of the Day

3 hours agoEasy Start Menu Organizer is a tool for arranging and removing start menu items with ease. The software makes it easy to sort applications into target groups. The software also allows copying and deletion of application icons from the start menu. …

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you arrange your Start menu?

Steps Right click on the Start Menu, then click Explore. Double click the Programs folder. Right click to add folders. Exit Windows Explorer. Click the Start Menu and then click All Programs. Drag your application folders into the categories you made.

How do I start my start menu?

Open the Start menu. To open the Start menu—which contains all your apps, settings, and files—do either of the following: On the left end of the taskbar, select the Start icon. Press the Windows logo key on your keyboard.

How to setup Start menu?

  1. Download ViveTool and extract it on the desktop with folder name ViveTool. ViveTool
  2. Open Command Prompt as an administrator and if you're prompted click Yes.
  3. Now, head to c:\Users\rezaf\Desktop\ViveTool using cmd.
  4. Type in the following command: ViVeTool.exe addconfig 23615618 2
  5. Press enter and restart your computer. ...

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How Do I Customize the Start Menu on Windows 10

Using the steps in this tutorial, you can customize the Start menu to suit your needs and workflow.

  1. Click the Windows logo at the bottom left of the screen to open the Start menu. ...
  2. When the Start screen appears, you will see a grid of live tiles on the right size. ...
  3. To pin a program to the Start menu, right-click on it, and choose Pin to Start.
  4. The Start menu can be resized to several predefined shapes as seen in the examples below. ...
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