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The picture that appears at the top of the right side of the Start menu is the one associated with your user account (the one that also appears on the Welcome screen) . If you re not happy with it, click it . That will take you to the User Accounts section of Control Panel, where you can specify a different picture .
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Quite apart from the what appears on the left side of the Start menu (see Making Your Programs More Accessible, in this chapter, for information about customizing that aspect of the menu), you have a lot of choices about what shows up on the right side. To see those choices, click Customize on the Start Menu tab of the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box (see Figure 3-19). This action takes you to the Customize Start Menu dialog box. Figure 3-20 illustrates some of the options available there.
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Figure 3-20 On the Customize Start Menu dialog box, you can make decisions about what appears on the right side of your Start menu.
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Several of the choices that you can make in the Customize Start Menu dialog box have more to do with the behavior of the Start menu than its content . You should take a stroll through this dialog box, even if you re entirely happy with the content defaults .
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Several of the items in the Customize Start Menu list offer you the choice of Display As A Link, Display As A Menu, and Don t Display This Item. The items you can customize in this manner include:
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The defaults in all cases is Display As Link, which helps keep submenus from sprawling across your desktop. The reason you might prefer to retain these default settings, in addition to avoiding sprawl, is that clicking a link opens the item in question in Windows Explorer, where you have display options that can help you sort through the folder contents. If you click a Computer link, for example, you might see something like the following:
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You might find the alternative, an uncategorized submenu, harder to navigate.
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You can have it both ways . If you opt for submenus, you can still open items in Windows Explorer . Just right-click and choose Open .
Displaying the Run Command
The Run command, a perennial favorite of computer enthusiasts, is no longer a standard Start menu feature. You can make sure it s still part of your Start menu by selecting the Run Command check box in the Customize Start Menu dialog box. You might find you can live comfortably without the Run command. When you re tempted to type a program name in the Run dialog box, try typing it in the Start menu Search box instead (it s a mouse-click closer). The Search feature won t always get you where you want to go (it s no good when you need a command-line switch, for example), but it s more versatile than you might expect. Typically, you can run an executable by simply typing its name in the Search box and pressing Enter, just as you would in the Run dialog box. On the other hand, the Run dialog box remembers command strings that you have entered before, and the Search box has nothing to replace that.
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Whether or not your Start menu includes it, you can always get to the Run command by pressing Windows logo key+R .
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Several options let you customize the behavior of the Start menu Search box. Specifically you can opt to omit any or all of the following from Start menu searches:
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Because indexed searching in Windows Vista is fast, you might think it would be pointless to restrict Start menu searches in any way. Reasons to consider doing so include the following:
The Start menu search options affect only the results that appear in the Start menu. Even if you have a particular search domain turned off in the Start menu, you can still find what you need in the full Search window. (If you turn off Start menu searching for favorites and history, you will have to go to your browser to find what you need.) The number of items that a Start menu search can return is limited by the size of the Start menu. If you usually employ the Start menu Search box to look for a particular kind of item e-mail messages, for example you might find it useful to turn off the other types of searches in the Start menu. That would give the Start menu room to display more of the result type that you typically are looking for.
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