What's about this???
This is weak point of the Win 10 (it has lots of...), because it doesn't provide folder structure in start menu... Those icons and commands are coming from "Choose PDM Integration" app.
@uk_davefrom my side everything was ok. Smooth downloading and installing...
no, in Win10 there is also a folder structure behind the entries in the start menu
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Solid Edge ST10
Here You will find all those entries and You will be able to delete whatever You do not want to see here
@hawcadmy friend, I wrote this: "...because it doesn't provide folder structure in start menu". Yes, I know that it's in the background, but I'm not happy with it. "The program tree" is linear and too long instead of using sub-folder like in Win7...
This is my opinion...
the onyl You can do here is to move the subfolders from Solid Edge ST10 up to the "Programs" folder and - what I did - rename it to e.g. Solid Edge Data Prepare and so on.
Let all begin with Solid Edge to have them each under the next
Then all those Solid Edge subfolders with programs will be parallel to the Solid Edge ST10 folder
It is not perfect but it shortens the lsit within Solid Edge
Windows 10 Start Menu will no longer display shortcuts in sub-folders under a root folder entry for a particular application. I "pin" my apps that I use frequently to the Start pane as a Tile so they are more accessible.
Yes a good answer.
This is what many already have done for office and other applications, and I did for EDGE also, but not for the various edge sub applicastions
On the other hand, most of them are not used so often.
@xeniaturon please confirm what version including build number of Solid Edge you current have installed.
Go to "Learn Solid Edge" tab -> "About Solid Edge".
If your version string is not 110.00.00.107 then you do not have a released copy of ST10 installed.