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Have user  Windows 7 Ultimate.  When you go to start at lower left corner of task bar.  There are no programs listed in pop up.  Any ideas?
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by:tailoreddigital
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Nothing in "All Programs"?
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by:ycguy1117
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If you click on all programs they pop up.  However, when you go back there is nothing?
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE 2015&2016
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What do you mean by "when you go back"? Go back where? Do you mean clicking "Back" after clicking/hovering on "All Programs"? If so, please post a screenshot of what you see after clicking "Back"; if not, please explain. Also, are you saying that "All Programs" has no program groups (like Accessories, Games, Maintenance, Startup, etc.) in it? Regards, Joe
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In the properties for your start menu enable the checkboxes under the privacy section, as recently opened programs are normally listed there. Additionally, when you right click the program you want listed there and select "Pin to Start Menu" it'll get shown there.
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