launchers


Tray Commander Lite – added 7/7/2003

Tray Commander lets you run your frequently used programs, files and more directly from the system tray. It adds a single icon to the tray which, when clicked, displays a customizable menu that contains the shortcuts you selected.


SmartGesture Lite – added 6/5/2003

SmartGesture Lite enables you to launch different commands by using mouse gestures, rather than keyboard input. You can open files, run programs and operating system commands, launch web sites, and imitate keyboard input, all with a single gestures. The program comes with an easy to use interface and comes with pre-defined movements that can be easily assigned to your actions.


menuApp – added 12/2/2004

menuApp provides an application which allows you to configure menus and use them to launch your favourite programs, music files, documents, websites, etc.


XP SysPad – added 1/29/2004

XP SysPad – a launcher which makes access to Windows system utilities its specialty. All of the prime Windows system info and utilites such as the individual control panel applets, can be launched with the click of one button, which makes it easier than hunting around the explorer pane or waiting for menus to fold out. For convenience, it also can minimize itself to the system tray, or roll-up with a right-click of the title bar. It launches over 110 functions in all! A creative use for it is to use XP SysPad as well to cover up the annoying adverts in the Opera browser by putting XP SysPad directly over the ad, using its stay on top feature.


AppRocket – added 10/11/2003

AppRocket is a breakthrough in file management with its totally inconspicuous interface that is always a hotkey away from any place in Windows! It saves you from having to look for files or use your mouse.


PS Hot Launch VVL – added 1/21/2004

PS Hot Launch VVL is meant to quickly run different applications, open documents, go to the right folders and web pages, send mail to a specified address, etc. The above operations are carried out through the menu that can be called by clicking the program icon in the taskbar system tray, and also by pressing user assigned hot keys (support for the key significantly extends the number of possible combinations).


QuickStart – added 1/20/2004

QuickStart offers a very useful for those people, who find it very time consuming to go through the Start Menu every time. With this application, you simply type in a key word of the application or document you want to start. Next QuickStart will look for all items in your start menu, favorites, recent files, history, etc matching your key word.

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