The instructor from ClearTechInfo shows how to clean up and organize the Windows Vista start menu. He shows how the start menu consists of links to programs and not the program itself. He shows how to manage those links by removing those links, add new ones or rename existing ones, or move folders into other sub folders. He shows how to pin or remove frequently used programs to the main start menu. He advises to categorize similar programs under common folders, like 'Media Players,' 'Utilities,' etc. He even shows how to add programs to the start up folder so that they automatically start when Windows starts. By watching this video, you can easily learn how to manage your Vista start menu most effectively.
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