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Solved: Create folder in Start/All Programs

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Bonnieclark, Dec 10, 2011.

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  1. Bonnieclark

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    I would like to be able to create folders in "All Programs" section of "Start" so I can group similar programs together. An example would be to group all game programs into one folder instead of having them interspersed through the list alphabeticallly. Is it possible to create new empty folders? Thanks.
     
  2. pcatrocity

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    1- Left click Start button
    2- rightclick All Programs box
    3- click Open All Users
    4- doubleclick Programs

    5- Create new folder(s) and name
    6- drag & drop programs into folders
     
  3. Bonnieclark

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    Hey pcatrocity...
     
  4. Bonnieclark

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    Thanks! Works perfectly!
     
  5. pcatrocity

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    You're welcome.
     
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