Microsoft has guidelines on what a program, when installed, should put in the Start menu:
â€¢Put only program shortcuts on the Start menu. Don't put shortcuts to the following items on the Start menu:
◦Program uninstallers. Users access uninstallers through the Programs control panel item.
◦Help files. Users access Help topics directly from your program.
◦Utility programs. Users access utilities from commands in the Tools menu.
◦Readme files. Reconsider the need for such files, because most users never look at them. If you do need a Readme file, let users access it from your setup program.
◦Web sites. Users access Web sites through appropriate links in your program, or Help for technical support sites.
... This page also says "Generally, your program should have a single shortcut on the Start menu."
The screenshots are geared toward Vista and Windows 7, but the advice applies equally well to Windows XP (which will be unsupported in about 3 years).
I like the Syncback products, and I would like to see the products follow the Microsoft guidelines in this area. Thanks.