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Using Personalized Menus

In Category: Windows 2000

Personalized Menus keeps the Programs menu clean by hiding items you haven't used recently, while keeping all of your programs easily accessible.

When Personalized Menus is turned on, Windows 2000 keeps track of which programs you use each time you use your computer, and hides the programs you have not used in a long time.

You can still gain access to hidden programs by clicking Start, pointing to Programs, and then clicking the down arrow at the bottom of the menu.

To turn on Personalized Menus, click Start, point to Settings, click Taskbar & Start Menu, and then select Use Personalized Menus on the General tab.

 
 

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