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StartAllBack Manually create New Startmenu folders


k_zeon
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Hi

Loving the app. but ---

On any new installation of Windows, i manually create Folders that show up on my  start menu. ie. Ultilites , Video, Graphics etc

I am using release version of Win11 Pro in VM and open the StartAllBack Menu. I have it set as XP fly out menus.

If i rightclick the Programs heading on the start menu it gets me options to Open or Open all users ( i assume the start menu folders)

I now create a new folder in either & both , but i dont get them showing up in the menu.

Manually created folders do not show on the StartAllBack menu of the Windows 11 menu.!

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so after some trial and error, its a windows 11 issue.

Seems i add a folder and it should pop up a security prompt to say create as admin.

Doing this multiple times and nothing shows.

After mucking around with Win11 security settings i managed to get one folder to appear , but for the life of me i cannot get any more to show

changed the security on folders to make it ask for admin priviledge , but no matter what i cannot get it se see the folders.

So dont think its an issue with StartAllBack...

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So, just reinstalled Win11Pro in VM and then installed StartAllBack. set to use XP Flyout Menu

and then added a folder in

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs

C:\Users\test\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs

Nothing Shows in StartAllBack and windows11 did not prompt for Admin access.

Not sure why the folders do not show

 

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So i figured out why a new forlder did not show.

Seems that If you create a folder and have nothing in it , StartAllBack will not show this empty folder.

Once i put a shortcut or Link in the folder it shows.

Mark as Solved

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