New Aero skin in Classic Start Menu for Windows Seven. With this program you can bring back the well known classic start menu interface and, at the same time, enjoy the power of new technology: search by name and a skinable interface.
Powerful launcher and scheduler that provides quick access to your favorite applications, folders, websites, and documents. This productivity booster supports drag-n-drop, hotkeys, advanced scheduling, shortcut grouping, text insert, and reminders.
Helps to find quickly and start a program or a document by part of their names; makes user's work under the account with limited rights more comfortable. "Desktop Assistant" is compatible with other utilities of quick program start.
Able Launch Bar is a window similar to the Quick Launch bar. This is Application Desktop Toolbar with built-in Windows Explorer. Able Launch Bar offers a system of shortcuts far more superior than Quick Launch.
A compact automaton tool to set up and run unattended tasks. It starts exe, bat and com-files, shuts down the system and displays text-sound reminders at scheduled moments or manually. This tool runs the scheduled tasks even on a logged off computer.
1st TurboRun is Net's most convenient Start menu replacement! Forget irritating browsing through folders and constant clicking. Down with solutions that take weeks to configure before they start working. This solution works instantly!
A quick launch desktop menu that provides fast access to the hierarchical list of favorite programs, documents and folders. To bring it up, right-click on the Desktop, point to Favorite Shortcuts or Quick Launch and then click an item on the menu.
Powerful and compact skinnable tool, CRESOTECH EASYSTART, is really an easy way to manage, locate, start and monitor any program on your computer with indication of the general time of its operation, how often you accessed it, and other details.
AppToService lets you run regular applications and servers as Windows services. This allows you to have some of the benefits of a Windows service, such as the ability to run an application even when no user is logged on the computer.