missing menu button

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by seejay, Apr 9, 2002.

  1. seejay

    seejay Guest


    I just have a little problem ... or more like an inconvenience for me. When I first installed Win XP I had a thingy in my Start Menu called "Connect To" and it listed all my internet connection (well in my case only one) ... I thought it was very usufull cuz I could connect to the internet without needing to start the Explorer or Outlook or using the dial up software of my isp. But since a few weeks that button has gone and I don't know how to get it back. There is no option in the properites menu of the Start Menu and I can't find it in the help topic either. Does anyone know how to get it back ... thank you in advance.

  2. existenz

    existenz Guest

    It should be in the Start Menu properties.

    Right-click on your start menu, click properties, Start Menu, customize, Advanced, look down.

    Scroll down to Network Connections, select "Display as Connect to Menu."

    Then "OK", "Apply."

    Hoped that helped. :D
  3. seejay

    seejay Guest

    man I am really dumb ... I must have overlooked that ... I've been in there like a million times ... thanks a lot