After following a recent thread, I got a distinct impression that many users are not fully aware that the modern screen can be customised, and is, for all normal use, a graphical Start menu. Progams can be added, removed and arranged, with appropriate heading names. I realise that users have, in the past, used various alternative options, such as desktop shortcuts, added toolbars and even rows of icons on the taskbar. If this is user preference then, obviously, they should continue with that method. But, nevertheless, here is an example of how I would open my media player and play an entire music folder. I have arranged my MS media play with libraries, according to category, but this can also be done with several other third party players. The modern screen, on my daily computer, is my default on boot, I then see this: This is my default opening Windows – Customised Modern screen. It has all the programs which I more frequently use, on a daily basis. The remainder are in the “Al Programs” window. Not unlike having sub folders in the legacy Start Menu? If, for example, I am in the mood to listen to some music, I now click the Media player, which is already visible. I have my albums arranged in categories. The last default was on Classical Piano music, which looks like: I can then click the play button at the bottom, in the usual way, and it will play the whole folder in sequence Not too difficult? In the old legacy, I click The start button - All Programs - Accessories - WMP - and so on.