Bring order to the XP, Vista start menu with Winstep Organize
While manually sorting your start menu using Explorer isn’t the most annoying task confronting a Windows user, it’s not all that fun, either.
Winstep Start Menu Organizer makes the process much simpler. Install it, fire it up, and you’re presented with three panes to help sort things out easily: categories, items in the current category, and uncategorized items. Within about 20 seconds I managed to drag my folders into Winstep’s default categories and streamline my previously chaotic menu.
Also included is a handy start menu backup and restore feature, which makes rolling back to your intial Windows default setup a painless procedure.
The free version does have some serious limitations: you can’t create your own categories or subcategories, which could be a major inconvenience for some users. Still, the included default catgories are general enough to help just about anyone compact and bring order to their start menu quickly and easily.
Original Post: Life Rock 2.0