Takes a 'photo' of the winxp startmenu as a memory aid.
This script recreates the winxp startmenu from the directory contents of ‘All users’/startmenu and $userprofile$/startmenu. It can save the structure and the program icons to a pickled file and later reload from the file. So this is mostly useful for remembering which programs that you had installed on another computer and how your start menu looked.
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