Hiding all programs from start menu

Programs or applications that have been installed in the computer will usually be included in the list of all programs on the Start menu. So to open a program or application is also through the all programs on the Start menu. Although there is a quick way to open an application or program by creating a shortcut key that can be made through the properties of each program. Another quick way to open a program or application is to open a program via the icon on the desktop or quick launch icon on the program on the taskbar.

If friends do not want to use all programs on the Start menu, or want to prevent others from opening all programs, then all programs in start menu can be hidden. To hide or eliminate all programs on the Start menu can follow the following steps:

1. Open the program group policy in a way from the start> run> type gpedit.msc> press enter

2. After the group policy window appears, click on the user configuration administrative templates
3. Double-click the Start Menu and Taskbar
4. In the right panel go to the bottom, then double click on the Remove All Programs List from Start Menu
5. In the window that appears, select Enable and click OK
6. Close the windows group policy
7. Log off or restart the computer

Now after opening the start menu, then all the program has not appeared again. If the previous menu on the computer all the program does not appear or not appear, then to bring all the missing program can be done by adjusting remove all programs from start menu list to be Not Configured or disabled.

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