Start Menu Tweak will help you fast sort the Start menu and the Favorites menu and will make your work with the computer more pleasant. It is a great utility with a clear interface.
Usually, when you install a program, it creates its shortcuts in the Start menu. Each day new and exciting programs come out in the world and we have to install them again and again. What happens to the Start menu in this process? Right, it grows enormously and it becomes more and more difficult to work with it.
Start Menu Tweak - a solution categorization the Start menu.
Sort the items in the Start menu by groups with Start Menu Tweak and you will get a compact menu where you will never get lost.
All menu items will be backed up after the installation for you to be always able to return to its primary view.
Automated sorting will speed up the sorting process. After it is over, you will only have to sort only some menu items. Now it is possible to sort items in subfolders as well.
Editing groups will allow you to create new groups and delete standard ones. Start Menu Tweak already has a set of groups - categories for the Start menu. Each group of the Start menu has its own icon displayed in the Start menu. You can replace this icon with your own.
After you sort the items in the Start menu and in the Favorites menu, you will have a menu layout. A menu layout is the structure of folders you get after you sort items. There can be several of them. And then, switching between layouts on the fly will allow you to use the Start menu more effectively making your work with the computer more pleasant.
Of course, you can sort shortcuts in Explorer, but then you will have to sort items in two folders. And the task will become more difficult if several users work with the computer.
Start Menu Tweak perfectly copes with these difficulties!
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