Advanced Launcher

Advanced Launcher

3.5 stars

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toolbar and tray launcher Advanced Launcher is a customizable toolbar and system tray launcher that can show several fully customizable toolbars at a time. Each toolbar button can either run an application (open a document) or show a multi-level customizable menu. Menus can also list the contents of folders (e.g. Programs folder from the Start menu or Desktop folder). You can create multiple toolbars and either place them on the desktop, dock them to the screen edges or minimize toolbars to the tray and access their menu by clicking on the tray icon. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Alentum Software, Inc. (4) Price Free
Version 1.41 Last updated Feb 26, 2009
File Size 601 Kb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars40% 2
4 stars20% 1
3 stars0% 0
2 stars40% 2
1 star0% 0
Based on 5 reviews

Latest user reviews:

An awesome tool for me 5 stars by jplviasat182 Dec 05, 2011
Advanced Launcher beats all other launchers I've tried, and believe me I have tried a bunch of them. You can have it hidden, on top, docked, in the tray, and you can have more than one bar and all can be customized individually while running at the same time. I have had Advanced Launcher as my number 1 go to app for about two years now. When I saw it in Snapfiles I could believe it was rated so poorly, so I signed up (joined) SnapFiles just to write this review. This app (advanced launcher) is very easy to configure and best of all it's free. If you feel like I do, that Advanced Launcher has been given a poor rating and deserves better, then do what I did and write your own review. If you have not got this application yet, my advice is get it right now! show Review details
Windows can do this a lot easier... 2 stars by ice_magistrate Jun 28, 2009 (Read all my 14 reviews)
I've tried using apps that does the basically the same thing..launches apps that i use often..but with every clean re-install of windows you always have to set it up again...what i did was...create folder in another drive named "shortcuts" and in those are folders and named them into categories..ex..browsers, office, web, etc...and in those are shortcuts to my apps that i use often. after which i click the taskbar and add a new toolbar and point it to my "shortcuts" folder and voila..the same thing...and each time i re-install...since it was on another drive i can always point it back there...easy as pie. no installation needed. show Review details
Very handy 4 stars by Henry8 Apr 28, 2009 (Read all my 37 reviews)
If you work with several programs and more than one project, this may well be a precious tool to divide programs into groups. You can make "I don't know how many" groups of toolbars / buttons, each with their own icons in the tray, etc. Very good, I recommend it. You can probably build just about everything around it! show Review details
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