The Start menu made its triumphant return in Windows 10 after being jettisoned in Windows 8 and 8.1. But the Windows 10 Start menu is not as user friendly as the one in Windows 7 when it comes to organizing and arranging folders and shortcuts.
By default, the Windows 10 Start menu's All Apps list shows you every item that's been installed, including readme files, uninstall options, and About features.
At first glance, there seems no way to unclutter the menu by reducing the number of folders, deleting shortcuts, or moving shortcuts into different folders. But hold on, we're not defeated. You can indeed clean up the All Apps list to a certain degree if you know how.
Two areas hold the folders and shortcuts for all desktop applications that appear in the Start menu's All Apps list. Accessible through File Explorer, the first area contains folders and shortcuts for software installed just for your own Windows account. The second area contains folders and shortcuts for software installed for all accounts. But we're going to move all the folders and shortcuts from the window for your account into the All Users window so we have one central location from which to organize and arrange them.Read More...
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