Personalized Menus organizes the Start menu (Programs and Favorites) or the Microsoft Internet Explorer Favorites menu to reflect how you use these menus. When Personalized Menus is turned on, Windows keeps track of which items you access from the Start menu or the Internet Explorer Favorites menu, hiding the items you have not accessed recently while keeping all of your items easily accessible. Personalized Menus is turned on by default. This article describes how to show all items on the Start menu or the Internet Explorer Favorites menu, or turn this feature off so you always see all the menu items.To show all items on the Start menu or the Internet Explorer Favorites menu, click ">>" at the bottom of the menu.
To turn off Personalized Menus, use one of the following methods.
Start Menu (Programs and Favorites) and Internet Explorer Favorites Menu
Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to Accessibility, and then click Accessibility Wizard.
Click Next, and then click Next.
Click to select the Disable personalized menus check box.
Click Next, click Next, click Next, click Next, and then click Finish.
Restart Internet Explorer.NOTE: When you use these steps, the Accessibility Wizard may display a "No changes have been made" error message. Even though you receive this message, the personalized menus are turned off.