I just installed Start11 1.2 with the Modern Style menu selected. I am unable to find an option to allow re-ordering of (non-Metro) items in the All Programs list - the list is always presented alphabetically. For example, I like to have a folder named Office listed before a folder called Communications. And within the Office folder, I like to have the Word shortcut listed first, followed by Excel, etc. I can click/hold on a folder or shortcut and it appears I will be able to move it, but am unable to place anything in a new order. I am able to do this with Open-Shell, and of course in Windows 7.
Additionally, I stumbled on a HideMetroApps registry value to hide showing the Metro Apps folder in the All Programs (left) list, but am confused why this option is not presented in Start11's configuration UI (or did I just miss it)?
Not being able to re-order the All Programs list is a huge drawback for me.
From what I know the All Programs list always only sort by alphabet. As for Universal Application there is no hide but you can set it to all inside one Folder : Refer to screenshot below.
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Thanks Basj! Just for awareness, here's a screen shot of Open-Shell on Windows 10 (10.0.19044) showing that the All Programs list (folder or shortcuts) does not need to always be alphabetized. Also, the Universal Applications folder can be hidden from Start11's All Programs list by adding this registry value/data (this should be exposed in the Start11 settings app):
It's just Start11 that is not capable of custom sorting the All Programs list, which makes it un-useful for me.