Windows® 7 edit start menu
Get to know about startup menu in Windows 7 system and its need and benefits.
Windows 7 in start menu is the best software to replace the standard Windows Start Menu ever made. Start Menu 7 is easy to use as the list of menu items is alphabetically sorted, so that you might easily find any program or command by its name. You might open any location on your PC with a single click. You might also create, modify, and reorder items in Start Menu 7. So it is very easy to create a list of the most used locations, popular directories, and virtual folders to access them with a single click. There is also a special 'Run' button to access seldom used locations without adding them into menu. Start Menu 7 also has a customizable Power Buttons panel. With Power Timer feature in Start Menu 7 you might delay any of power management operations.
The following are the need and benefits of customizing the startup menu in Windows 7 system and tips to do so:
- Need of customizing startup menu
- Benefits of customizing startup menu
- Tips to customize start menu
Need of customizing startup menu
By customizing startup menu in Windows 7 you might make it easy for the computer’s users to find programs they need, to be able to figure out which programs do what, and also to find the computer’s maintenance programs. Start Menu information are kept as shortcuts in the ‘Start Menu’ folder. If there is more than one user, then there might be more than one Start Menu folder. There is one folder for each user and one for ‘everybody’ called All Users. To customize the Programs menu, just add, remove and rearrange shortcuts and folders within the various Start Menu folders.
Benefits of customizing startup menu
When you start a program from the Start menu, you need to select an icon or entry on the Start menu. The items on the Start menu are what are called as the 'short cuts' to the actual programs on your computer. ShipRush template allows you to create entries in the Start Menu. The benefit of this is that you might navigate to these items with the keyboard, so you do not need to click into the Windows System Tray. Also the templates could be stored on the network, in a central place for all users.
There are many ways to customize your Start Menu. Some of these might be discovered by experimenting with the settings in the ‘Task Bar & Start Menu’ control panel. To Customize the Start Menu, you need to click on the Customize button. Then check, and uncheck the settings for how you want them to look and behave in the Start Menu and click 'OK'. To Restore All Default Customize Settings you need to click on the Use Default Settings button at the bottom. Then you need to click 'OK'.