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How To Add Videos to the Windows 7 Start Menu

By default, the Windows 7 Start Menu provides links to get to your Pictures and Music folders, but not videos. If you use the Start menu a lot and would like fast access to your digital media, here’s how to add it.

Add Videos to Windows 7 Start Menu

Right click on the Start button in Windows 7 and select Properties.


Then click the Customize button on the Start Menu tab.


When the Customize Start Menu screen comes up, scroll down to Videos and select Display as Link and click OK.

Videos as a Link

That’s it! Now you’ll see Videos on the Start Menu. It’s nice to have access to all of your digital media folders from one spot.

Videos Link Windows 7 Start menu

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One Response to How To Add Videos to the Windows 7 Start Menu

  1. Bill Sandeman May 14, 2013 at 8:38 am #

    Brilliant thanks!

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