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When combined with the "one-click launch" feature, the results are stunning.
You can repeat this step to unpin all icons from Start and then the Start Menu will look like the classic one.
Right-click the shortcut, select Rename, and name the shortcut exactly how you want it to appear in the All apps list.
Virtual groups Split the contents of any folder into virtual groups without changing the location of files on disk.
— Feb 13 '16 at 23:23• Menu expands to show names for all menu items• Windows 7 and 10: Open the Start Menu Folders by Browsing to Them in File Explorer You can always get to the Start folders on your system in File Explorer.