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START Menu deletion

Posted on 2004-09-15
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How do I remove something from my "START" menu?. I mean like the "run" " find" options. TY ! WIN98 v 4.10 2222 A running on a DELL 233 160Meg,16Meg,6.6Gig.
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Although at the link that jvuz provided it says that the tweak is for Windows NT/2000 it will work for Windows 98 also.  The interesting thing that I found when I tried it is that it took effect immediatly without a restart.  I wasn't sure if I would be able to start regedit to undo the tweak, but I could still start it from the DOS window.
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Thanks all.
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Thanx,

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