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Can's see all of my programs in ALL PROGRAMS

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I have a ton of stuff installed on my computer and the sheer number has resulted in a problem. When I go to START and then to ALL PROGRAMS, a big window opens up, yet there is not enough room to show the most recent installations. I remember before there was a way to change that to where you could scroll through the list which I assume would make everything visible to me. How can I change the settings so that I can do that or is there another method which I could use to see everything? Thanks.
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Right click your Start button, choose Properties...under the Start Menu tab click the Customize button...under the Advanced tab...in the Start Menu Items section...scroll down and uncheck...Scroll Programs... click OK..OK....reboot

Edited by happyrock, 02 February 2010 - 09:38 AM.

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