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Windows Vista™ Step by Step by Joyce Cox, Joan Lambert

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Using and Modifying the Start Menu

The Start menu is a list of options that is your central link to all the programs installed on your computer, as well as to all the tasks you can carry out with Windows Vista. You open the Start menu by clicking the Start button at the left end of the taskbar, or by pressing the Windows logo key found to the left of the Spacebar on most keyboards. The menu looks similar to the Microsoft Windows XP version, but its functionality has been streamlined.

Using and Modifying the Start Menu

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If you are accustomed to the Windows Classic Start menu found in Windows 2000 and earlier versions, you might find that the change takes a little getting used to. ...

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