Re: What are the default Vista programs...? Is not a default folder
'Splains all. Thanks.
"Dean-Dean" <DeanDean@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> The folder
> Start > All Programs > Accessories > Media Center > Media Center Programs
> was probably created by the Sandra Lite installation. It doesn't exist on
> Vista by default (the folder was used, however, for XP MCE). The
> should have put the file (probably a shortctut to an *.mcl file) in
> C:\Users\(YOUR USER NAME)\AppData\Roaming\Media Center Programs
> An *.mcl file has an icon like Media Center's, and allows programs to
> within Media Center. It will show up in Media Center's Program Library
> (under Online Media) if the shortcut is placed in C:\Users\(YOUR USER
> NAME)\AppData\Roaming\Media Center Programs.
> "Rick Bywater" wrote:
>> I just noticed that in "Start > All Programs > Accessories > Media Center
>> Media Center Programs"
>> I have a shortcut to SiSoftware's Sandra Lite XI.SP1 (that I installed
>> week). It's weird because the icon for that start menu entry has the
>> circle windows icon that one sees for Media Center. Sandra Lite does
>> its own rightful place in my start menu in an SiSoftware folder, so
>> not a problem. I'm afraid I may have lost some other start menu entries
>> the "Media Center Programs"
>> Would someone running Vista Home Premium please click through
>> "Start > All Programs > Accessories > Media Center > Media Center
>> and tell me what program(s) they see that were placed there by default
>> during the Vista installation/upgrade?
>> Thanks a lot.