What's this then ?
menuApp - now 64 bit windows and Windows 8 friendly!
menuApp is an application which allows you to configure menus and use them to launch your favourite programs, music files, documents, websites, etc.
It's fast, doesn't hog a lot of resource and is easy to setup and use
(it now has it's own configuration editor).
What's more, it doesn't drop any extraneous files on your system and it stays well clear of the registry.
Resolved issues with merged folders.
Improvements to shortcut creation in the editor.
Menu item delete bug fixed.
Lower case letters now work in hotkeys.
Fixed problems with file type filters in the editor.
Improved screen handling (resolution changes, new screens).
Auto-closing message boxes.
System Tray (aka Notification Area) support added to menuApp
Configuration Editor added!
New for 2012
menuApp runs on 64 bit Windows!
Desktop double-click functionality enhanced!
Windows 7 theming details picked up correctly
Looks great on Windows 8!
menuApp takes folders and turns them into menus
For example, you can point menuApp at your documents folder and it will draw a menu listing all your documents.
Or you can point it to a folder full of mp3s and the mp3s will appear on the menu.
Click on any item on the menu and it will be launched as if you clicked on it in Explorer.
If there are sub-folders they will appear as sub-menus.
menuApp is flexible
Using menuApp you can display a menu from a shortcut
...or via hotkeys
...or by double-clicking on the desktop
menuApp understands special Windows folders
So you can tell menuApp to draw a menu containing the items from your QuickLaunch bar or from your Desktop.
menuApp knows about tasks
Which means that menuApp can display a menu containing a list of the programs currently running on your computer. Select one and you switch to it.
menuApp has some other smart features
For instance a background server to minimize menu load times and intelligent keyboard access.
Click here for details of how to set up menuApp using the new Configuration Editor.
The old config page is here if you haven't switchd over to the new Editor yet.