For the right click on Start button, you can customize the list of the displayed features.

Open the folder C:\wsession\WinXshell

Edit with Notepad the file named WinXshell.lua

You will see the display menu list:

{“#{@twinui.dll,10911}”, winx .. [[Group3\10 – Programs and Features.lnk]]}, –Programs and Features

{“#{@twinui.dll,10913}”, winx .. [[Group3\08 – Power Options.lnk]]}, –Power Options

{“#{@twinui.dll,10914}”, winx .. [[Group3\07 – Event Viewer.lnk]]}, –Event Viewer

{“#{@twinui.dll,10915}”, winx .. [[Group3\06 – System.lnk]]}, –System

{“#{@twinui.dll,10916}”, winx .. [[Group3\05 – Device Manager.lnk]]}, –Device Manager

{“#{@twinui.dll,10912}”, winx .. [[Group3\04-1 – Network Connections.lnk]]}, –Network Connections

{“#{@twinui.dll,10917}”, winx .. [[Group3\04 – Disk Management.lnk]]}, –Disk Management

{“#{@twinui.dll,10918}”, winx .. [[Group3\03 – Computer Management.lnk]]}, –Computer Management

{“#{@twinui.dll,10919}”, winx .. [[Group3\02 – Command Prompt.lnk]]}, –Command Prompt


{“#{@twinui.dll,10921}”, winx .. [[Group2\5 – Task Manager.lnk]]}, –Task Manager

{“#{@twinui.dll,10922}”, “control.exe”}, — [[Group2\4 – Control Panel.lnk]] –Control Panel

{“#{@twinui.dll,10923}”, winx .. [[Group2\3 – Windows Explorer.lnk]]}, –File Explorer

{“#{@twinui.dll,10925}”, winx ..  [[Group2\1 – Run.lnk]]}, –Run

Remove the lines you do not want to be displayed and save the document.

For the “Open-Shell” menu which is displayed when the user click on the Start button, the story is a different one.

The features are written into HKCR registries at each logon. This cannot be changed.