Pins and folders from the control panel to the Windows Start menu with PinToStartMenu



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We are happy to publish PinToStartMenu. With PinToStartMenu, you can pin items and folders from the Control Panel to the Windows Start menu via the context menu.

There are three different ways to add folders to the start menu and/or even’Pin to start menu item’ to the context menu of Windows folders. To add Control Panel items to the Start menu, create the shortcut on your desktop, then drag and drop it into the Start (orb) button.

PinToStartMenu facilitates the task. It adds the’Pin to start menu’ entry to the context menu of folders and applets in the control panel.

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If you downloaded this freeware, run the’as admin’ application and click Install to install the items in the context menu.

To see the menu item Pin to start in the folder context menu, press ‘Shift+Right click’.

To see the Start menu in the Control Panel context menu, simply right-click any item. You will also see the Pin To Start Menu option.

Now you can now do it immediately whenever you need to access an applet, like programs and features (uninstallers) or the parental control applet or your favorite folder.

To remove this entry from the context menu, simply click the Uninstall button in the application. The context menu items are deleted. PinToStartMenu has been tested under Windows 7 32 bits and 64 bits.

PinToStartMenu v1 was developed by Paras Siddhu for the windowsbulletin.com.

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