I wanted to set LBC up to open a few of the "special objects"; Control Panel (all my apps, not just the ones in the menu), Recycle Bin, My Computer, etc. So I had the idea of using the CLSIDs, as you can when creating a folder which you name, add a dot, then put in the CLSID in brackets. So I've tried adding the CLSID as a command, a folder, etc. and nothing works. So far, the best option I've found is to set up a folder somewhere else (I have a "hidden" spot I park links in anyway, for purposes just like this), create a shortcut to it, and add the shortcut to LBC as a command. This works fine, as far as it goes; it opens a special Explorer window with all the icons (I assume Recycle Bin will just open the Recycle Bin, but I haven't tried that out yet).
I was hoping to be able to set those objects up as a menu; obviously, I can do this manually by creating a menu and adding each object. The trouble is, then if my system changes (some program installs a new app in Control Panel or whatever) I'll have to add it manually. Yes, I can live with this: I'm not asking for the feature to be added if it doesn't exist. I suspect it would be far too much work for too little result. I am just tormented by the idea I'm just missing some simple trick of syntax that would make this work. So if anyone has worked out a way to use CLSIDs with LBC, please share how you do it. If not, I can live with a manual menu. I just hate wondering if I'm just missing what I want to do by leaving out a semi-colon or something.