Find out how you can control the speed of navigation on the Start menu by tweaking a registry setting.
In today's 24/7 work environments, time is of the essence. Everyone wants to find some way to carve out more time each day, and slow computers can be the bane of an employee's existence. Speeding up sluggish navigation on a PC may not seem like much, but a few seconds here and there can add up to a lot over time.
For example, you can control the speed of navigation on the Start menu by tweaking a registry setting. This registry edit reduces the time it takes for the Start menu to display the next tree when you move the cursor over it.
Follow these steps:
Note: Editing the registry is risky, so be sure you have a verified backup before making any changes.