For ones that still do not like Start menu in Windows 10

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  1. Posts : 214
    Windows 10
       #11

    Dch48 said:
    Another +1 from me.
    Oh yeah well +2 from me
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  2. pjd
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10 Pro 1511 build 10568.3
       #12

    from me too - can't see the point of learning new ways of doing the same thing just 'cause it's 'prettier'

    But I can't pin gpedit.msc to the classic start menu; and I can't find a way to get at its settings if the start button is hidden.

    I've hidden the Start button since Win2000 at least. No the point in wasting taskbar space when there's a keyboard button under your left thumb.

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  3. Posts : 471
    Windows 10 Pro
       #13

    To pin gpedit to the start menu: Right click on the desktop, select "New\Shortcut", as path you write gpedit.msc, click on next and give it a name. Afterwards you can pin this shortcut to the start menu.

    The Classic Shell settings can be accessed by the corresponding shortcut under "Programs" in the start menu.
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  4. pjd
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10 Pro 1511 build 10568.3
       #14

    altae said:
    To pin gpedit to the start menu: Right click on the desktop, select "New\Shortcut", as path you write gpedit.msc, click on next and give it a name. Afterwards you can pin this shortcut to the start menu.

    The Classic Shell settings can be accessed by the corresponding shortcut under "Programs" in the start menu.
    @altae - thanks I'll give those a whirl, I should have thought of them myself

    It would be nice if classic shell settings appeared in the control panel. I used to have gpedit there, courtesy of a Brink 'fix', I seem to have lost that in the upgrade.

    Done - I seem to have lost most of my registry hacks, no problems as I only had a few - kill right menu key survived.

    pjd
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