How can I access the Start Menu Explorer ?

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Jordan

Guest
#1
I'm trying to add some files to the start menu, and in Vista this was simple, all I had to do was right click on the start menu orb and click on Explore. however in Windows 7 Beta there seems to be no option as to do this.

My question is, how can I access the Start Menu in Explorer Mode and add programs to the menu from there ?


Jordan
 


#2
It seems pretty simple to me the way they have it set up:

If you use a program regularly, you can create a shortcut to it by pinning the program icon to the Start menu. Pinned program icons appear on the left side of the Start menu, above the horizontal line.

<li class=\"step\"> Right-click the program icon you want to pin to the Start menu, and then click Pin to Start Menu.
Notes


  • To unpin a program icon, right-click it, and then click Unpin from Start Menu.

  • To change the order of a pinned item, drag the program icon to a new position in the list.
Granted, it's not through an Explorer format but seems pretty fast an efficient.
 


ups

New Member
#3
I'm trying to add some files to the start menu, and in Vista this was simple, all I had to do was right click on the start menu orb and click on Explore. however in Windows 7 Beta there seems to be no option as to do this.

My question is, how can I access the Start Menu in Explorer Mode and add programs to the menu from there ?


Jordan
Right Click on All Programs and choose Open. It should open an explorer window.

But Drad and Drop is also efficient way to get things done.
 


J

Jordan

Guest
#4
Right Click on All Programs and choose Open. It should open an explorer window.

But Drad and Drop is also efficient way to get things done.
Thanks, this worked perfectly !
 


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