Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Expand Control Panel in Start Menu to save time

The Control Panel centralises access to Windows' multitudinous settings. From the Control Panel you can adjust and tweak Windows' appearance, performance, network connections, hardware settings and a whole lot more.

When it comes to navigating around Windows, the more windows that pop open, the more annoyed we get. For example if you want to Uninstall any program or application, you need to Click on Control Panel then Click on Add/Remove Programs.

Instead of this there is an other way to access Control Panel applets which saves lot of time and makes your work faster. You can view Control Panel Applets in the Start Menu.

1. Right-click the Start button and choose Properties from the pop-up menu.

2. On the Start Menu tab, make sure the first (non-classic) Start Menu option is selected and click Customize.

3. Click the Advanced tab.

4. In the Start Menu Items list under the Control Panel section, select Display As Menu. This displays the Control Panel option with a cascading menu providing direct access to each Control Panel applet.

5. Click OK twice to exit the dialogs.


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