You probably asked yourself a dozen times how to pin folders to the start menu in Windows 7, eh? Well, Microsoft did not completely forget this option, you can enable it via the registry and add the “Pin to Start Menu” option to the extended context-menu of folders.
If you want to add programs to the start menu in Windows 7, you should first know that the Start Menu is divided into two sections: The left pane is for the programs and search bar and the right one for system folders, personal folders and administrative tasks.
Ever wondered how to customize the Windows 7 Start menu? Yep, you can customize it just as you want to. You could display your games or the control panel on the Start menu, then you could access it right from the Start menu.
You can also remove entries from the Start menu, but to add your very own entries you will need a registry tweak (tutorial will follow)
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