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Show my pictures on Windows 7 start menu (as button or menu)

Whenever you save pictures, Windows 7 will automatically and buy default save them in your profile's "Pictures" folder (what used to be called to "My Pictures" in previous versions of Windows). This means that unless you go through the trouble of saving pictures and image files out sites that folder, all your photos are stored in a central location. Windows 7 lets you optionally show your pictures on the start menu, giving you quick and easy access to all your images. In this tutorial, we will explain how to show your pictures on the start menu either as a clickable button, or as a sub menu that expands and shows individual graphics files.


Display your pictures on the start menu

Follow the steps to show your pictures on the Windows 7 start menu:

Tip: Even if you have customized Windows 7 to show your Pictures as a menu, you can still benefit from the one-click approach to opening your Pictures folder. Simply click on Pictures, and then double-click on "My Pictures" or "Public Pictures" to open the corresponding folder in Windows Explorer. (Or right-click on one of them, and choose "Open".)

Open your Pictures folder from the start menu

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