I have a bunch of folders left over from games and stuff that I uninstalled, leaving just the folder itself or a folder with only an html file or two. I cannot remove those entries. I googled 'Windows 10 remove start menu items' and was provided by right on Google itself linking to major geeks that I need to right click the item and select delete, but as I provided the feedback to Google, nothing could be further from the truth. Any time I right click on an item or a folder in the start menu on Windows 10, it act the same as a left click does, opens the folder, or selects the item (highlight), right clicking on the start menu is not possible in Windows 10. How do I get rid of these junk entries in the Windows 10 start menu? Because obviously right clicking isn't the answer, unlike popular answers say.