Start Menu Organizer 1.2
Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows Me, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows XP
It is frequently the case that Start menu enhancements turn out not to be enhancements at all, but ugly, clunky, annoying modifications that we can't wait to get rid of. Start Menu Organizer, however, is a thing of beauty. It's incredibly intuitive, does exactly what it says it will without a bunch of useless extra features, and performs a truly valuable service.
Take a look at your Start menu. Is the All Programs tab a clutter of random stuff with no rhyme or reason? Start Menu Organizer can help. The program's interface is simple and clean, requiring no explanation. The program provides users with premade folders with such labels as Games, Internet, Utilities, and so on, and users simply move each application in their Start menu into the appropriate folder. Users can create custom folders as well. The result is a Start menu organized into neat categories, a place for everything and everything in its place. Start Menu Organizer doesn't contain a bunch of extra features, and it doesn't need to. In addition to organizing the Start menu, it deletes dead shortcuts, and users can create a backup of their original Start menu in case they need to restore it for some reason. The program also supports seven different languages. That's all it does, and all it needs to do. The built-in Help file explains all of the program's functions, but we doubt many users will need to consult it.
Over time, as more and more applications get installed, the Start Menu can get so cluttered that you end up spending a lot of time just trying to find that program you want to run. The Winstep Start Menu Organizer allows you to quickly group your Start Menu shortcuts into a specific set of categories (e.g. Utilities, Internet, Office) thus making finding what you are looking for a lot easier and much faster.
Easy to use with intuitive interface. Full drag & drop support. Multi item selection and handling. Unlimited undo and redo levels. No actual changes made until you are satisfied with the new organization. Start menu backup and restore support. Automatic backup of the start menu contents on first run. Automatic removal of dead shortcuts. Multi language support. Includes update manager to look for, download, and automatically install new versions.
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