In Windows XP, Vista and 7, "All Programs" off the start menu had folders for applications, or groups of applications (e.g., all Open Office apps in one folder, all my printer utilities in another folder, etc.) It seems in all the screen shots that the list of apps is a flat list. I have over 400 entries, all logically grouped in about 50 folders in my All Programs menu. To have to scroll through such a huge list seems very inefficient. Is there still a way of having similar behaviour in Windows 8?
Before anyone suggests it, I don't think that typing in the first few characters is very effective, because I cannot always remember the name of some oddly-named utility, which is why I have it in a folder named by function (such as Network Utils).
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