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With Advanced Launcher, you can create several toolbars that can be shown at the same time. Each toolbar can be shown as a button bar or as a tray icon. Button bars can dock to the edges of the screen like Windows application bars. Docked bars can be autohidden so they don't need any space on the screen. They appears when you move cursor to the appropriate edge of the screen. You can create menu system (with submenus) that can contain any items that you want. The unique feature of Advanced Launcher is that you can associate menu items with the folders so they will be submenus with the items referring to the items of the folder. It is especially useful if you have a folder with shortcuts (e.g. Programs or Desktop) on your disk and want to quickly access this links. If the toolbar is shown as a tray icon you can access all the items of the toolbar. To do it click left mouse button the tray icon. You can vary different properties of the toolbars (style of buttons, border, etc.) and items (command, parameters, icon, etc.) Advanced Launcher is really easy to use. All options are shown in one window, you can navigate through options of toolbars, items and the program with the help of the tree view control.
Price USD19
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File Size 500 kB
Version 1.32
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows 95 Windows NT Windows 98 Windows
System Requirements
  • Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000
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