Windows XP Start Menu for Windows 10It doesn’t interfere with the Windows 10 Start Button. Just pin it somewhere to the Taskbar.
Easy InstallationJust download the ZIP file from below, extract the Application, make a right click and select ‘Pin to Taskbar’.
You can also set a shortcut key in the icon properties, so you can open the Start Menu with a keypress.
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Install using winget:winget install --id=the-sz.Spencer -e --forcecontent_copy
Supported Operating Systems:
Command line options:
|/l <language code>||Change user interface language to specified 2 letter language code|
|/p||Or portable.dat file is in same directory, use portable version|
|/s||Stay in systray|
|/r <directory>||Root directory for menu items|
|/n||Use narrow menu items|
|/o <0/1/2>||Sort files and folders together / first files, then folders / first folders, then files|
|/e||Show also empty folders|
|/d <bitmask as hex value>||Hide command menu items, bits 0-7 of menu items to hide|
Wine based Start Menu for all Linux versions:
Al.Gauthier@yahoo.ca created a Wine_START_Menu.msi Setup for installation. The start menu is not using any VM software, it’s using Wine.
You have quick access to the Task Manager, Notepad, Regedit, Explorer, and WinVer just as you would in Windows. You can also add your own menu items.
Here is a explanation video: Wine Start Menu for WineHQ + Linux.
Wine Start Menu running in Linux Mint 19.1 Mate 64bit: