Start Menu XP: Get XP Style “All Programs” Drop-Out List in Windows Vista and 7
In Windows XP, the "All Programs" list is shown as drop-out list. In Windows Vista and 7, the list is shown inside the start menu.
"Start Menu XP" makes the list of programs in Vista and 7 "drop out" just like it did in Windows XP. This feature allows you to use all screen space and find the necessary programs faster.
You can also organize programs in "virtual groups" (Office, Games, etc.). Since these groups are virtual, you won't see empty folders after uninstalling the programs. Groups can be "folded" (minimized) to make finding and launching your programs easier.
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