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    How can I add folders to my start menu to catergorize my programs?
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    I want to add folders to my start menu to organize it. Can anybody help?
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    Sorry for the confusion but I ment how do you put custom folders on here so it looks like this
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    I take you mean either one of two things - Either putting them in the Programs folder, or putting them on the top of the main Start Menu (i.e. Right in Picture or Top in Picture)

    To put them in the Programs folder, just double-click on the Programs folder in the Start Menu. A window should appear - You can now customise it like a Windows folder.

    To put them in the first part of the Start Menu - Not sure, but my guess is do the same as above but them click the &#39;Up One Level&#39; button on the toolbar


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