Friends who have used windows 7 and even previous versions of Windows know that under the Start menu, there is an item called "Attachment," which contains a lot of useful gadgets, such as "Notes", "Calculator" "Paint", and so on. But underneath Windows 8, this attachment is missing ...
There is no "attachment" underneath the start screen, so are these features really gone?
Search for "Calculator" under the Start screen, and you can see that the feature is not canceled, just not shown below the start screen. So, where are they hidden?
Right-click on Calculator, select Open File location
As you can see, the folders for Windows attachments remain, and by the path you can see that the shortcuts are still under Start menu-programs.
Full path: "C:programdatamicrosoftwindowsstart Menuprogramsaccessoriescalculator.lnk"
At this point, you can right-click on the program you want to lock in the Start screen, and select "Fix to Start screen"
If you feel that the program is fixed to the start screen too much, you can click the up arrow, select folder, right button, "fixed to the start screen."
But is this really the end?
It can be found that the list of attachments given here is not complete, where does Notepad go?