Although Windows 7 does not offer a "classic" Start menu as found in Windows XP and Windows Vista, it offers plenty of other personalization options. Begin your fine-tuning on the Start Menu tab of the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box (shown in Figure 4-9), which you reach by right-clicking the Start button and choosing Properties.
Many more options become available when you click Customize to display the Customize Start Menu dialog box, shown in Figure 4-10 .
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