Customise the hidden Start menu
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.