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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 12:51 am 
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My title says it all. I have only just found this [more-than] little beauty. I have been upgrading my HTPC for 3D BD playback, & hated the limitations of the standard start menu.

One of my major gripes has been the stupid formatting of the W7 start menu. Your custom 2-pane version is everything I wanted: retaining the right hand W7 pane (which I think is an improvement: just not how Microsoft implemented it) -with my user picture being displayed in all aspects of the column. And, the ability to utilise cascading folder menus from the left hand side.

You guys seriously rock; I'm not just pushing buttons here. It is also going straight to my main desktop rig (which I hadn't thought to alter, as it wasn't as such an issue).

You can expect a donation, & hope your team has a great Christmas.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 1:36 am 
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Glad that you like Classic Shell. :P Please spread the word about it as not everyone knows about it yet. :)

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