HOW WE CAN ALL PROGRAMS displayed by default in Windows Start menu 10

By default, Start menu from Windows 10 (Like the one in Windows 7 or Windows Vista), Show programs recently installed or recently accessed, as well as programs set (pinned) User in the context menu for a faster access them.

If you prefer when you open Start MenuIt display All Programs instead of recently used programs (although Windows It includes options Customisation that allow users to disable the display of recent programs, it also has an option not to activate the default mode display of all programs installed on your computer), you can set this with the utility All Programs Auto Expander.

All Programs Auto Expander is a utility small and free which enables users Windows (exception Windows 8 / 8.1System that does not include a Start menu, but Start Screen) Clearly show default the section All Programs in Start Menu.


How Does All Programs Auto Expander?

After you download the utility, run it for this display automatic the section All Programs (All programs) when you press Windows or when you click on Start button (the utility does not require installation). So simple.

All Programs Auto Expander but does not include an option to run the Windows StartupBut this can be solved manually placing shortcut the utility in Startup folder (Create a shortcut on your desktop utility's right-clicking it and selecting Send to> DesktopThen open the folder Startup typing shell: startup in Run and giving Enter, and finally copy shortcut created in that folder on your desktop).

Download All Programs Auto Expander for Start Menu.

Note: Utility is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 10. To re-access the section with recent or pinned applications in the Start Menu when All Programs Auto-Expander runs, just click the Back button.

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HOW WE CAN ALL PROGRAMS displayed by default in Windows Start menu 10

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