Do you have applications in your main menu that you never, ever use? Would you like to get rid of them? Perhaps you’d like to reorganize some of your menu entries? This can be done two ways, both of which take only two-clicks.
Editing The Main Menu
Method number one is done via right-click + left-click. Bring your pointer to your main menu and right-click on Applications. Within the resulting options you should see “Edit Menus”. Left-click on that and the Main Menu Editor will appear. You’ll now be able to edit the items displayed in your menus by simply checking and unchecking boxes. You can even add new items if, for some reason, your installed application did not create one.
Method number two is probably even simpler, but I outline Method One above because I’ve had situations where the Main Menu Editor did not appear within my menu. Sure makes it difficult to add the Main Menu Editor to the menu when you can’t get there in the first place!
To launch the Main Menu Editor navigate to:
System > Preferences > Main Menu
Either of these methods will launch the same tool and give you the same options. As I mentioned above, I’m glad I know both methods because there have been times when “Main Menu” did not appear within my menu for some reason. This way you’re always able to find it.