Are you frustrated with the Start Menu? Does it Overflow with so many items that you can't find what you're looking for? And your System Tray... does it stretch half way across your Taskbar with so many Little icons in there that your Taskbar has no more room to display buttons for open applications? Then try out QuickRun.
QuickRun makes it easier to run programs by allowing you to organize your programs into easy to use menus. Menus of your most commonly used programs and files can be created from a bar on the Taskbar. Menus can be created for any folders on your computer, including the Desktop, My Computer, Control Panel, Favorites, My Documents, and Dial-up Networking.
QuickRun integrates seamlessly into the Windows Taskbar so it is always readily available.
The files on the menus can be arranged in any order or simply sorted alphabetically. Full Drag and Drop support is also available so that files can be easily added to each menu and moved to any location within that menu.
And the System Tray can quickly become very long and unwieldy, taking up half of your Taskbar with software icons. With QuickRun, you can take those icons and move them to a menu on the QuickRun bar. This unclutters the System Tray but leaves everything still functional and readily accessible.
Features: Multiple Menus: Categorize your programs into easy to use menus. Drag and Drop: Easily drag'n drop programs to any menu from the Start Menu and Desktop. Separators: Divide related programs into groups. Program Position: Programs can be placed into any position on a menu. HotKey Access: Assign a hotkey to a menu for fast keyboard access to your programs. Hover mode: You can access a menu simply by moving the mouse pointer over icon for a second.
What's New in QuickRun 3.12 Windows XP Compatibility
Menu Transparency (Available only in 2000/XP) Menu Shadows (Available only in Windows XP) Option to disable Tool Tips Sidebar text color and font was moved