I released a new version of my freeware app, Win+X Menu Editor, which provides you a simple and useful way to edit Win+X menu without system file modification. It keeps your system integrity untouched. This version is compatible with Windows 10 Creators Update. Here is what's new in this version.
Win+X Menu Editor is a free tool with an easy-to-use GUI that does not patch any system files to disable the hash check. Using it, you can add or remove shortcuts to the Win+X menu, change their names and order.
As many users reported, the app had issues with Windows 10 version 1703. A number of new Win + X menu commands which point to Settings pages were not processed correctly by the app. This bug has been reported a long time ago, but it took ages for me to resolve it. Finally, my work is done and you can use Win+X Menu Editor in Creators Update without problems.
Starting with version 3.0, I eliminated separate versions for x64 and x86 Windows. From now, a single executable file can be used in both x64 and x86 editions.
See the following article to learn how to use the app:
Win+X Menu Editor for Windows 10 and Windows 8 - contains app's description in detail.