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Author Topic: Win+X Menu Editor for Windows 8  (Read 783 times)


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Win+X Menu Editor for Windows 8
« on: October 28, 2012, 01:03:52 PM »
In another thread, there was talk of using shells to add the start menu functionality back into Windows 8.  I'd recently found a tool to make that unnecessary, and figured it might be good to actually make a separate thread about it.  I haven't used it (not having windows 8), so I'll refer you to the how-to geek article on the tool for more information.

Windows 8 includes some new shortcuts to help you get around the system.  One of these is Win+X.  It brings up a context menu that has some of the more used control panel widgets and tools in Windows.  This application helps you to edit that menu.


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Re: Win+X Menu Editor for Windows 8
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2012, 02:58:12 PM »
Well now...with all the negativity floating about regarding W8 it's really quite refreshing to see an actual tip on how to use it without hacking it into yesteryear.

Thank you.