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Create a blank folder in All Programs

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Folks,
I have looked everywhere for this solution. I'm using Windows 7 and I would like to create  some "blank folders" that I would rename. The reason for this is I would like to consolidate into different folders programs that are not in their own folder, as seen below.
Blank Folder
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Right-click on "all programs" choose "open" then create your folders there.
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In windows 7 and presumably above, you can create folders here C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs
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thank you
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