So how can I correct. Reverse engineering this would take more time than I care to invest in this issue at the moment. Styxxy I'm afraid I might have gotten the terminology wrong. Gilles, I'm logged into Windows 7 now, but don't see any underlined letters in the startmenu. Sadly, you can't have a shortcut directly in the library. And it works for any folder that is on your desktop or drives, drag it on the start icon, wait to open, then drop it on start menu.
If you encounter a problem, restore your computer's registry by double clicking the backup file you made. You can configure a default profile which will give you the ability to setup the Start Menu as you want it with the items pinned how you like. However, the instructions for creating the PinProgram. Note: The following are what each of the Microsoft Office program shortcuts should be named. Windows 7 and 10: Open the Start Menu Folders by Browsing to Them in File Explorer You can always get to the Start folders on your system in File Explorer. Edited May 17, 2010 by Phylum I do that to the start menu with my app but taskbar I haven't been able to do even with someones vbs script. Your suggestions creates a shortcut to a folder in the start menu: if I click on that menu entry, it opens the directory in Explorer.
Open the folder you want to add to the Start menu. Place the downloaded vbscript file in any share path Network Share. This was done on purpose, to prevent installed applications from filling up the Start menu with their own menus. If you , then this could also be a reason why a shortcut may be missing in the Start Menu. You will find below the steps to remove startup programs in Windows 10. Location of the start menu in Windows 7: open as folder in Windows Explorer Just like your Favorites menu in Internet Explorer, the content of the start menu is simply a reflection of the content inside two regular folders: , which includes all folders and shortcuts that apply to any Windows user, and your own start menu folder - what you see when you logon to Windows 7 under your user name, in addition to program shortcuts and folders that appear to all users. The following functions read the path, enumerate the Keys then enumerate the Values under each key decrypting accordingly.
Be challenged and transformed by professors who are experts in their fields and invest their lives at Cedarville to mentor and guide students like you. You will only want to include the Internet Explorer 64-bit shortcut if you have a Windows 7 installed. I decided an array was the simplest thing to do. Verbs For Each itemverb In oFolderItem. You can get the results you want to get. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time. I'd use PowerShell instead of a login or startup script.
I played around with this method a little and did get it to work also. Note: You can also launch Task Manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting Task Manager. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, a search box appears at the bottom of the Start menu's left pane. I think this script uses verbs, which have to run in the explorer shell. I'm using wim and we're using image x to deploy our images.
Hope this is somehow usefull. It can be , but what it creates in the start menu is a shortcut to open the folder in Explorer, and not a submenu. This article has also been viewed 147,435 times. Disable or Remove Startup Programs in Windows 10 Follow the steps below to remove Startup Programs in Windows 10. I create and capture the base image first and then sysprep the image and capture that. For submenu: there is an identical question in a Microsoft forum, , and there is for it. There is no limit to the number of programs that you can add to the startup menu in Windows 10.
Thanks Hi, The script could help you know more information about it. Once you are in the Startup Folder, locate the program that you want to add to Windows 10 startup and simply drag the program and drop it into the Startup Folder. Because having a pre-queried list of domain-joined computers just makes sense to have on hand. Open the Start Menu, right click on All Programs, and click on Open. Click on the Start button and type the folder's name into the Start menu search box. How can I add a submenu to the start menu in Windows 7? Each folder becomes a submenu under your menu.
With all the in recent years, how you open the Start Menu folder has changed from version to version. I have tried every possible permeation I can think of in terms of script location, folder permissions etc. Open new Notepad file, copy the below command and paste in Notepad. A clickable icon for the folder you're looking for will probably appear before you finish typing the folder's name. Right-click on Windows Start button and click on Task Manager option in the menu that appears. I just drag one of folders of all programs to back icon, wait to go back to first location, then drop it on current place.
Making the wrong registry changes can cause serious problems for your operating system. One folder contains system-wide folders and shortcuts that appear on the Start menu of whatever user is logged in. Adding a Microsoft Office program shortcut back to this folder involves the following two main steps. Luckily, it is easy to remove startup programs in Windows 10 and add them back to startup, in case you change your mind. This article has also been viewed 147,435 times.
By the way, you might want to edit your answer: as it stands, it's a list of links to lists of links to applications that may provide a way to answer the question. Next, right-click on the program that you would like to add to Startup and then click on Enable in the contextual menu. Now I read a 100 different posts on how do this with a vbscript but I'm just starting to get into this whole imaging thing and not a professional which is why I'm asking this question and I didn't understand some of it and when some of the information was posted years and no one replies on those posts so I figured I start my own fresh tread. If not, write name to text file for next interation. And now, you can have fun organizing your Start menu. Close all Windows Explorer windows.