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Clean up your start menu
Posted By On November 10, 2004 @ 12:10 PM In File & Disk Management,Windows Explorer | Comments Disabled
I have Waaaay too much clutter in my Start menu. Some of it includes extra files and stuff I don’t need there. How can I clean the mess?
Easy, just right-click the icons you no longer want and select Delete from the resulting menu.
Here’s the second way to skin the cat – Right-click the Start button, Explore .
Explorer will open with focus on your Start menu items. Just right-click any you would like to be rid of and select Delete .
Remember, when you delete these icons, you aren’t deleting the program, just the shortcut. If you want to remove the program, you’ll need to do that from the Control Panel Add/ Remove programs section.
Bonus Tip -
This is especially for users of Win 2000 & ME.
If you hit your Start button, Settings, Taskbar & Start menu, then the Advanced tab, you’ll find you have a nice little system for managing all your Start menu items built right in.
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