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Hide or show My Documents on the Windows 7 start menu (open folder button / browse files menu)

Most of the applications you use in Windows 7 will by default save their files inside that the Documents folder (which used to be called "My Documents" in previous versions of Windows). This means that most of the files and documents you are likely to look for are located inside that folder; since you will therefore use it very often, Windows 7 lets you add a shortcut to your documents on the start menu: you can either add a button that will open the folder, or add my documents as a menu that lets you browse and open any documents contained inside that folder.


Show My Documents on the start menu

Follow these steps to display My Documents as a button or submenu on your start menu:

And this is all it takes to show or hide your documents on the start menu in Windows 7!

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