The Launch Menu System allows easy access to installed programs on a Windows™ PC. It can be configured to display the Programs section from the Start menu and offers a clear, large button menu, from which applications are launched.
It reads the programs' structure built into Windows, so any new applications installed onto the computer will automatically appear in your menu.
Easy access to applications
Does not take over the screen or hide users from the Windows environment
Allows the use of custom menus as preferred
Organise your applications by academic subject
Users and user groups can have different menus
Utilises existing security
Will work on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7,8,10
To assist new users in configuring the Launch Menu System we have provided a configuration guide available as a Adobe PDF document.
You will need the free Adobe Acrobat reader in order to view this file, available at Adobe.com.
The Getting Started guide is available to download here.
The currently published version of Launch for Windows is 1.1.0.
How to Install
Open the zip file.
Run the SETUP application
Follow the on screen prompts.
Unistalling - You will need to use the Task Manager to close the Application in the first instance, then the Control Panel to unistal Launch. Please refer to the The Getting Started guide is available to download here.