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Missing We had our Compaq Presario worked on at Best buy a week or so ago and when we got it back the "All Programs" was gone from the Start menu and I can't figure out how to get it back.

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  • DollyP73 Jul 28, 2008

    It's still missing the "My Programs" button

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You would right click on Start go to Explore, look under under id in "Start Menu\Programs", you would cut/paste or copy paste the programs to AllUsers\Start Menu\Programs.

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