How to Get Back Windows XP Style Classical Start Menu in Windows 7

Windows 7 Classical Start Menu

Microsoft Latest operating system windows 7 has lot of new goodies like New Taskbar (aka Superbar), Aero Peak, Aero Snap, Taskbar Thumbnail Preview etc. Windows 7 Start Menu is completely different from XP. Instead of Run Command prompt it has Search bar as well as change in Shutdown option.

Windows XP users who are used to of Classical Start Menu will find it difficult to adjust with Windows 7 Start Menu & Taskbar. Unfortunately Windows 7 doesn’t provide any option to have classical start menu. But you can still get back Classical Start Menu in Windows 7 with CSMenu.

CSMenu is a little application which acts like the classic start menu for Windows 7. You can download installer version or simple files of CSMenu and follow instructions shown in below video tutorial.

How to Install CSMenu on Windows 7

Screenshot of Windows 7 Classical Start Menu with CSMenu

Windows 7 Classical Menu

Download CSMenu to Get Back Classical Start Menu in Windows 7.

Check out How to get Windows 7 Taskbar in Windows Vista & XP.

RELATED:  Windows 7 Ultimate Logon Pack for Windows XP & Windows 2003

Category

tags

Share this post

3 thoughts on “How to Get Back Windows XP Style Classical Start Menu in Windows 7”

  1. Yes, it’s a blasphemy to use such a practical thing. Let us instead scroll like crazy in a window that is too small for no reason at all, if we are using only mouse and therefore can’t use the search.

    But hey, it’s so cool so it must be better.

  2. Don’t people know about this nifty lil’ feature know as the “Search bar” in the W7 menu?
    Say you’re looking for MSpaint, just type “paint”, and the program should pop up above you in a matter of seconds as you type in the first letters!

    “Defrag” brings up defragmentation tools, etc. Ain’t that hard, no matter how I’m used to WinXP’s large toolbars.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.