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Unhide Menu's by perrymans
Posted: 14 Jan 03

I hate Personalized Menu's. With a passion I might add. So I went on a hunt for unhiding my menu's.

Unhide the Start Menu:
Go to Start-->Settings-->Taskbar & Start Menu
Unselect "Use Personalized Menus".

Unhide MS Office:
Open MS Word
Go to Tools-->Customize-->Options Tab
Uncheck "Menus show recently used commands first"

Unhide Internet Explorer:
Go to Tools-->Internet Options-->Advanced Tab
Uncheck "Enable Personalized Favorites Menu"

Finally, configure a Global Setting to be applied throughout the entire OS:
Go to Start-->Run and type "gpedit.msc" then OK
Navigate to User Configuration-->Administrative Templates-->
Start Menu & Taskbar

In the right pane, DoubleClick "Disable Personalized Menus"
Select "Enable" which will disable the personalized menus.

Hope someone finds this helpful.

Sean.

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