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The start menu too can be customized. To put a cascading control panel on the start menu, context click on the start button and click open. Create a new folder and name it Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD-08002B30309D}. A control panel cascading menu will now appear at the top of the start menu. An easy alternative, if you are using Windows Me, simply open up taskbar & start menu from start, settings & click to check the box to enable cascading control panel. The control panel under the settings part of the start menu will now become a cascading menu.
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