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But in Windows 7, I can only "sort of" custom sort the Start Menu program the way I want. Gracias. Sweet deal thanks! 8:03 PM Anonymous said... Try the same, say in Excel 2003. Source

You can also sort your Favorites in Internet Explorer First, open Internet Explorer. This method works only from Internet Explorer's main menu. Saturday, August 15, 2009 5:59 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi,   Thanks for your detail update.   Follow your tips, I reproduce the scenes. I'm glad I don't do user support anymore so I don't have to teach people how to work with windows and office.

Worked like a charm, exactly as described. Windows 10: Are you ready... I of course disabled the "Sort by Name" option or whatever it is in the properties meu of the Start Menu, but that isn't enough.

  1. However, I was also a little disappointed, because I had finally adapted to using the Start Screen.Of course, since I've been using Windows 10 throughout the Preview program, I've grown quite
  2. Since Windows will not sort the programs or shortcuts in the menu, is my only option to Manually sort all 2 pages full?
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  5. In Windows XP, right-click any item on the menu, and then select Sort by Name.
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Any Microsofties out there? You can get to the application by clicking the letter.Figure CUsing the alphabet list makes it easy to get to apps that appear at the end of the list.Resize itIf you Click Start, Settings, and then click Taskbar and Start Menu or Windows 7 users click Start, type in Taskbar and Start Menu, hit Enter. It worked for me.

Then right-click anything in the folder's list. I was forced into upgrading to Win7 from XP and honestly I don't have anything new that I didn't have in XP that I find useful. In this configuration, the Start Menu will just show most used applications and any of the special folders that you want to add.Figure JYou might want to have a very basic Right-click any Favorite in the list and select "Sort by Name." Internet Explorer will alphabetize the Favorites, listing folders first.

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In Windows XP, I could do this very easy no problem. And then if I mess with the order of the shortcuts within the main program folders, then the whole arrangement gets messed up again after restart and logging back in. actually, it does work on XP. Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry.

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Edited by IT-FishGuy Friday, April 19, 2013 7:54 PM Sunday, March 20, 2011 3:15 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Still no fix for this? When i right click the menu simply 'Blinks'/'flashes' at me once and nothing happens.:-( 10:26 PM Anonymous said... Dale Qiao Marked as answer by Dale QiaoModerator Monday, August 24, 2009 1:07 AM Tuesday, August 18, 2009 9:40 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 1 Sign in to vote Of course http://train2solution.com/how-to/how-to-move-the-start-menu.html Relationship to Indiana University --Select One-- Student Faculty member Staff member Affiliate Alumnus/Alumna Applicant Emeritus faculty member Parent Retired staff member Other My comment concerns this document Your comments Captcha Submit

single applications, listing folders first then the single applications. 8:43 AM brettbarcroft said... this doesn't work on my new computer which has XP. What about Group Policy?

However, once Vista came about, although I could still drag and drop various folders and shortcuts like before, once I restarted the PC and logged back into Windows, the arrangement that

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Posted by Jason Savitt at Wednesday, May 04, 2005 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 10 comments: Anonymous said... Use the drop-down lists of alternate Internet and E-Mail programs to select different applications to appear on the Start menu. 4Click the Advanced tab to display it.Determine what items you want Please note that you must be affiliated with Indiana University to receive support. Check This Out just mouse over one of your application folders while in the "all programs" menu.

Thank you. 9:19 PM Anonymous said... Thanks for your efforts and understanding.    Best Regards. I have confirmed this by monitoring thr real time registry activity of EXPLORER.EXE with SysInternals Process Monitor on several completely clean installations of Vista. This is document ahwy in the Knowledge Base.

I have the habit ofmoving into the Accessories folder the shortcuts of small tools like winzip, adobe reader, etc., so that the Programs folder doesn't get so full that it doesn't All fields are required. Dale Qiao Monday, August 17, 2009 7:33 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 1 Sign in to vote Of course I've known for ages how to custom sort in the manner you Windows 7: Checking USB Device Power Usage Did you know that there's preset limit on the available amount of power on a USB bus?

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