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| Microsoft Start Menu Troubleshooter
Microsoft Start Menu Troubleshooter Microsoft's Start Menu troubleshooter has been designed to fix start menu problems that you experience when running devices with Windows 10. Start menu related issues that users may experience include problems opening it, missing items, or tiles that don't update or are not showing up correctly. The tool scans for the following issues when run: Whether required applications are not installed correctly. For permission issues with Registry keys. For tile database corruption. Whether application manifest data is corrupt.
|1,576||Jun 22, 2016
| SendTo Menu Editor v1.0
SendTo Menu Editor v1.0 The Windows ‘Send to’ menu is a handy way of sending a file to a specific folder, application, or other item. You can use it to send, copy, or print an individual file to a specific location, device, application, or other item , If you want to add your own app or folder to the Send to menu or if you want to delete some of the Unnecessary items in it you can tweak the Send to menu to suit your needs. Open File Explorer in Windows Right click on a file and From the pop-up menu, move your mouse to the Send to command , Click on a specific entry. The file you click on is then sent to the entry you select. If you want to add your own app or folder to the Send to menu, it’s very simple: Just open the Run dialog box by pressing Win+R, then paste shell:sendto command into the text box. This will open the folder where all those shortcuts located. Alternatively, you can navigate to following folder location %UserProfile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo But you can simplify the whole process with the “Send To Menu Editor” is a portable freeware which helps users manage the shortcuts present in the Windows “Send To” Menu. How to use After downloading, extract “SendTo Menu Editor” to your desired location and run Appropriate one (x64 or x86) On GUI you will see all of the send to Menu items , to add a new one use plus icon or just drag and drop it on main window. If you use Add Button you can edit Shortcut name , you can use a Shortcut Parameter or change the Shortcut Icon. To delete a Send To Menu item use delete icon or right click any listed item and choose “Delete From menu” feature To hide ...
|850||Jul 03, 2018
| Tweaking.com - Repair Missing Start Menu Icons Removed By Infections v1.7.4
==Official Mirror== Tweaking.com - Repair Missing Start Menu Icons Removed By Infections v1.7.4 Repair Missing Start Menu Icons Removed By Infections: This repair will put back the missing icons in the start menu, quick launch, and desktop that are moved by a rouge virus. All the icons by the virus are moved to the temp folder under the folder SMTMP. This tool is also a part of Windows Repair (All In One) SMTMP folder XP - C:\Documents and Settings\(Your Username)\Local Settings\Temp\SMTMP Vista/7 - C:\Users\(Your Username)\AppData\Local\Temp\SMTMP Folder 1 contains the All Users Start Menu shortcuts XP - C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu Vista/7 - C:\Program Data\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu Folder 2 contains the Quick Launch shortcuts XP - C:\Documents and Settings\(Your Username)\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch Vista/7 - C:\Users\(Your Username)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch Folder 3 contains Windows 7 Taskbar icons (not needed in Windows XP) XP - N/A Vista/7 - C:\Users\(Your Username)\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar Folder 4 does have Desktop icons XP - C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop Vista/7 - C:\Users\Public\Public Desktop
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