launchers


Express Menu – added 8/6/2008

Express Menu is a supplement to the Windows Start Menu. Often the start menu is getting bigger and slower as you install additional programs such as this one :) Express Menu lets you have a second menu that is quick and easy to display and navigate. By the use of a simple hotkey you can display a popup menu with the entries of you choice. You can navigate this popup menu using the arrow keys or the first letter of each entry.


Winlaunch – added 7/3/2008

Winlaunch provides a global shortcut program that allows you to launch programs, documents, folders, websites, emails, control applets and commands by pressing any custom-built assigned shortcut key combination ( for example, Ctrl+F1 could open your default web browser). Shortcut keys work anywhere within Windows, but ‘Exceptions’ prevent them from working if you are using another application, such as Microsoft Word or Internet Explorer, which can also be set to ‘Learn’ as you use your computer, enabling you to set them up more easily. Winlaunch offers all these features in an easy to use environment, allowing you to add shortcuts easily and manage your shortcuts and exceptions within grouped listings, making them easier to manage.


Utility Launcher – added 6/2/2008

Utility Launcher is a convenient launcher for clean-up and maintenance programs. You can place up to 20 utilities under a single (1) desktop icon, so they can be accessed and run quickly.


Portable Start Menu – added 4/11/2008

Portable Start Menu works as a simple start menu application that can be installed on USB sticks or local PCs. Organize your programs in a simple menu system and launch them via a tray icon. If you close Portable Start Menu on an USB-Stick, running applications can be closed automatically, too.


ASuite – added 3/3/2008

ASuite gives you an application launcher to manage an unlimited number of files, folders and webpage for quick access. It is designed to work with removable storage (uses relative paths) media like USB sticks, hard drives, iPods, etc.


Executor – added 12/24/2007

Executor makes for a more powerful and customizable version of windows run. Executor adds numerous features to the run dialog but keeps the handling as easy as possible at the same time.


Open Menu+ – added 12/5/2007

Open Menu+ gives you an open source alternative to the Windows Start Menu. It allows you to more easily access your programs with fewer clicks. Open Menu+ has a quick search feature, which allows you to quickly find the application or file you need. For Tablet PC users, Open Menu+ can open with a mouse-over, without having to click on the Start Button.


8start Launcher – added 7/24/2007

8start Launcher is a free portable application launcher, I created 8start Launcher because I believe there should be a convenient way to access application than using windows start menu, quick launch and desktop. Windows desktop look messy if too many shortcuts in the desktop, windows start menu become hard to access if too many applications installed in the computer, windows quick launch not suitable to handle too many shortcuts.


ToolBox – added 4/24/2007

ToolBox provides an application launcher for Windows operating systems with many amazing features. Easy to install, you can get going in minutes. Its drag & drop interface creates shortcuts to almost anything; applications, drives, folders, even simple files.


XConsole – added 1/5/2007

XConsole allows you to create and manage keyboard shortcuts. XConsole can create keyboard shortcuts to launch programs installed in your computer and also to invoke functions like increase/decrease sound volume, eject cd tray, close cd tray, start screen saver etc.


ASuite – added 11/27/2006

ASuite offers an application launcher. It is designed to work with removable storage (uses relative paths) media like USB sticks, hard drives, iPods, etc.


Porta’Menu – added 11/7/2006

Porta’Menu is a small menu launcher for fixed or portable devices. Keeps list of programs to be launched easily from the menu, ordering it anyway you like, and can create program groups for easier use. Has hash control for program safety, effectively making programs safer against virus, spyware and the like.


M2 Launcher – added 7/24/2006

M2 Launcher is designed to help the RSM end user launch Resource Standard Metrics at a specified time of day or day of the week. This task can be accomplished via a UNIX cron job, however the Windows Task manager supplied with Windows has difficulties launching command line programs. M2 Launcher makes launching command line programs simple and easy!


MyDrive – added 6/14/2006

MyDrive enables you to use relative shortcuts in Windows XP Use them on CD’s and USB drives making them truly portable! It is a Drive independent shortcuts for portable media. Insert your MyDrive media into any computer and automatically all Relative Shortcuts available on that media will be displayed in a new Explorer window. Run MyDrive manually on devices that do not support autorun.


Runner – added 5/22/2006

Runner can launch and execute everything, from programs, to text files, to multimedia, in fact everything that has a registered extension or is executable file, directly from your desktop.


Speedo Autorun Maker – added 5/18/2006

Speedo Autorun Maker works as an autorun file generator with an easy to use graphical interface. Just fill in the blanks and click ‘Generate’, which makes your CD run automatically when inserted into CD drive.


Launcher – added 5/2/2006

Launcher is an easy-to-use personal shortcut manager that can launch all kinds of files and programs. Drag-and-drop operations are supported; this means that when Launcher is in “Manage Items” mode, it is possible to configure shortcuts by “dragging” files from e.g. Windows Desktop and then “dropping” them into Launcher. One can create an unlimited amount of user defined sub-folders and item (e.g. program) shortcuts.

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