LaunchBar Commander

LaunchBar Commander

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customizable application launcher LaunchBar Commander is a highly customizable application and folder launcher that enables you to creates custom docks with shortcuts to your favorite programs, documents and folders. In addition to regular shortcuts, it supports folder links that can display the content of a folder in a drop menu (with an option to apply filters based on file date and naming patterns), as well as support for command-line parameters. The launch menus can be customized with icons, transparency effects, fonts and colors. Other features include drag and drop support, portable configuration files and more. LaunchBar Commander is not quite as easy to use as others, but it offers more flexibility than most. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher LLC (10) Price Free (free registration required)
Version 1.158.01  history Last updated Jan 25, 2020
File Size 2.43 Mb Requirements None

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The best application launcher 5 stars by rogerrabbit Jan 13, 2013 (Read all my 19 reviews)
This is by far the best application launcher I have used and the one I will be sticking with. Highly recommended! show Review details
Very good launcher 5 stars by TerryP Dec 03, 2009 (Read all my 87 reviews)
One of the better launchers with loads of features. Its much more responsive than Quicklaunch and can be easily configured to replace it. show Review details
A versatile, fast, stable launcher 5 stars by D_Spider Jun 17, 2007 (Read all my 19 reviews)
It'd be 99% ideal if it supported multiple monitors, and 100% if its 25 skins were more varied in background color. It's easy to configure (drag and drop), can hold almost limitless items in multi-layers, includes its own icons and options to use those in Windows' shell, or in your other DLLs and EXEs, or your own ("large" = 32x32, "small" = 16x16, though other-sized icons are displayed as these sizes). Its shortcuts can execute programs, scripts, plugins, internal and external links, or display menus, submenus, the contents of folders, or special things like what you've chosen from the Control-Panel applets. My taskbar is on my secondary monitor, so the menus pop up there, but the floating or auto-hiding windows appear on the primary and won't be moved over. (Minor glitch: it says "Menu Commander" in Windows list of installed programs.) I've searched, and I haven't yet found a free launcher that's better. show Review details
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