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Add a Subfolder in the Start Menu Visible to All Users


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Add a Subfolder in the Start Menu Visible to All Users

Normally, when you add a submenu to the Start menu, it's limited to your own account; others who log on can't see it. But there's a simple way to add a Start menu subfolder visible to anyone who logs on. You must be logged on as an administrator.

Just right-click on the Start button, select Open All Users, and double-click on the folder to which you want to add a subfolder (this will usually be Programs). Right-click on any empty area within the box and select New, and then choose Folder. Type the name of the new folder and hit Enter.

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