Cus­tomise the hid­den Start menu

Windows 7 Help & Advice - - FEATURE -

Win­dows 10 has a hid­den Start menu – press [Win] + [X] or rightclick the Start but­ton. The menu in­cludes short­cuts to hid­den parts of your sys­tem, such as the old Con­trol Panel, Run di­a­log box, and Event Viewer. But you can add your own, or rear­range and delete ex­ist­ing short­cuts with Win+X Menu Edi­tor. Down­load the zip file from http://winaero. co m /d o w n l o a d . p h p? v i e w. 21, right-click it, and choose Ex­tract All to save it to a suit­able folder. Browse to the ‘x64’ (64-bit) or ‘x86’ (32-bit) fold­ers, then dou­bleclick WinXEdi­tor.exe. Click ‘Add a pro­gram’ to browse for a pro­gram, or ‘Add pre­set’ for op­tions such as shut­down and restart en­tries. You can also the WinXEdi­tor app to add in­di­vid­ual Con­trol Panel ap­plets and ad­min­is­tra­tive tools.

Win+X Menu Edi­tor en­ables you to cre­ate your own cus­tom short­cuts in Win­dows 10.

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