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Just curious. I am running Windows XP on this particular machine right now. Is your start menu organized?

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asked Sep 28 '11 at 10:35

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for me it doesn't matter how it looks like, cause i am using windows 7 and every app that i need, i just type name and it pops up.only program that i have "pinned" is chrome, for other programs i use "start search" or i just keep them in RocketDock.

answered Sep 28 '11 at 11:14

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but w/ one program pinned, the rest would be placed w/ apps you recently used, which for me is., kinda messy, insignificant and cluttered-looking. so at least, I pin my favorite apps. but anyway, it always depends on the user.. I use the same too. "start search"

(Sep 28 '11 at 14:14) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

Does rocket dock work well for you? I had a lot of problems with it, it slowed down my boot time considerably and several of the apps wouldn't load. I finally gave up and uninstalled it. That was on my Windows 7 laptop, of course.

(Sep 28 '11 at 17:51) MacManDerek MacManDerek's gravatar image

@xedric14 I only one pinned app and that is only app what i look for when i open start, practically i don't even see other apps, if im looking for chrome i just click on start and chrome, and when i am looking for other most of the time i write their name before start even opens :P @MacManDerek it works quite well for me, and i personally prefer to open it manually when i log in into my computer, cause in that way it doesn't slows down "boot time", and i have time to do that, and one other thing is that i rarely shut down or reset my computer, i only do it when it is required because of updates.

P.S. I am not native in English so i apologize for eventual mistakes in upper text :)

(Sep 28 '11 at 19:17) Ivan Tomica Ivan%20Tomica's gravatar image
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oh yea, I forgot you can also turn that feature off. haha yah, agree it's clean, it's minimalist and cool. as i've said, I would have done the same. but it freaks everybody out to find that the only thing installed in my computer is Chrome. they think lowly of my laptop. and i don't want that. :P

and i;m not english too.. i'm from asia. :)

(Sep 29 '11 at 03:24) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

It looks something like this,

answered Sep 28 '11 at 13:18

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Good old Cheat Engine!

(Sep 28 '11 at 13:44) Hugo Hugo's gravatar image

BTW: Here is my new Desktop at home running Windows 7. I just got it so I don't have very many programs installed.

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answered Sep 28 '11 at 20:59

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heres my start menu...

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answered Sep 29 '11 at 01:05

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you're on a mac right? so macs don't have start menus? but rather docks ?

(Sep 29 '11 at 03:38) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

correct.. but a start menu is like a dock and this is my "start menu"

(Oct 01 '11 at 01:47) S_Basham S_Basham's gravatar image

yah, I get it. :)

I also use docks to extend my start menu and still feel cool even if there are a lot of things in it.

(Oct 01 '11 at 02:14) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

I prefer the classic look in Winndows 7. I have had better performance with it. Most programs I use are in the administrative tools, but I like to keep the rest simple.

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answered Oct 01 '11 at 21:30

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answered Oct 01 '11 at 22:08

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I have a thing with the Grass background from OS X haha

(Oct 01 '11 at 22:09) Pizzscn Pizzscn's gravatar image

@Pizzscn do you have a SMART Board?

(Oct 10 '11 at 00:51) DJ Scooby Doo DJ%20Scooby%20Doo's gravatar image

I don't. I was using my school issued laptop at the time and they have SMART software on them for the classroom smartboards.

(Oct 10 '11 at 21:53) Pizzscn Pizzscn's gravatar image

i use winstep xtreme to have a nexus dock on the rightside of my screen, a workshelf on the bottom of the screen, and nextstart to replace the windows taskbar at the top of the screen. my startmenu is organized like this.

my startmenu

answered Oct 10 '11 at 12:07

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I never really use the start menu.. got hotkeys and such for almost every program.

answered Sep 28 '11 at 11:48

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how did you do that hotkeys?

(Oct 01 '11 at 02:13) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

lol...I rarely open my start menu...so I don't keep it organized.

I pin programs and set hotkeys on my keyboard. U

answered Sep 28 '11 at 14:28

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