The "All Programs" menu off of the start menu isn't working any more, at least not when logged in as me (it works logged in as Administrator). I think this is related to the fact that I move a lot of stuff off of my C: drive (SSD) onto the E: drive, with Junctions to make the paths from C: still work. I moved \Users\glugglug\AppData\Local, \Users\glugglug\AppData\LocalLow, and \Users\glugglug\AppData\Roaming in this manner, as those directories are kind of big (especially Local), and have lots of files that get changed often, so they probably shouldn't be on the SSD. After an apparently unclean restart (chkdsk ran when windows was coming back up) the All Programs menu stopped working and on further investigation I noticed that Windows replaced the LocalLow and Roaming junctions with real folders on the C: drive (and most of the files in them not there). After copying the files from E: back to C:, and updating all references to E:\Users\glugglug\AppData\Roaming in the registry to point to C: again, the All Programs menu still isn't working. I can right click the all programs option and pick either "Open" or "Open All Users" and it opens the corresponding folders in explorer just fine but left clicking it doesn't pop up any menu, it just blanks out the left side of the start menu until I click back. I have temporarily added "All Users Programs" and "My Programs" as shortcuts under the C:\Users\glugglug folder to have the menu again, but would like to get the normal "All Programs" menu back.