As a primary purpose, Starter allows you to view and manage all the programs that are starting automatically whenever your operating system is loading. It enumerates all the hidden registry entries, startup folders' items and some of the initialization files, so that the user could choose to temporarily disable selected entries, edit them, create new, or delete them permanently. Secondary purpose is to list all the running processes with possibility to view extended process' information (such as used DLLs, memory usage, thread count, priorities etc.), and to terminate selected process (even a Windows NT service, having enough access rights).
KeybCommander 1.2 Hotkey manager, easy-to-use command line, quick launching of applications & much more » 17.04.2006 - 523 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
Task Commander 2.5 Use Task Commander's self-configuring menu to find and start any program quickly, often with just one mouse click, or to quickly switch to any window of your running applications » 07.08.2005 - 2.24 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Trial, $19.95
Active keyboard 3.1 A hotkey manager tool that helps you get fast access to your preferred files, macros, URL's and programs, such as Winamp or common Windows functions instantly by pressing a key comination of your choice » 01.07.2006 - 930 KB - 98/ME/XP - Trial, $
RocketDock 1.3.5 Smoothly animated, alpha-blended application launcher that is similar to ObjectDock » 02.09.2007 - 6.16 MB - Windows XP/7/8 - Free
Absolute StartUp Manager 22.214.171.124 Absolute StartUp helps you to control all autorun programs: to view, add, delete, disable and monitor original Windows startup programs with advanced options » 08.03.2008 - 2.82 MB - 98/XP/2K/Vista - Trial, $19.95
FastOpen XP Gold 2.2 FastOpen XP Gold can serve as a complete replacement for the Start menu. It lets you create submenus that are fully customizable » 17.05.2002 - 690 KB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $24.95
Hotkey Genius 1.5 beta A utility that lets you quickly launch programs, open folders and files, by pressing hotkeys. Can be configured to be used by multiple users » 09.02.2003 - 945 KB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $5
ActiveStartup 1.12 Enables you to manage programs that load from the Registry, Win.ini and startup menu at Windows startup » 05.10.2003 - 540 Kb - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $
MobyDock DX 0.87 Fully customizable launchbar and taskbar, in Mac OS X style, that allows you to control applications and folders while displaying cool mouse-over animations » 19.10.2003 - 3,47 MB - 2K/XP - Free
ToolBar 2000 6.5Softoogle's Pick! A little utility that lets you launch your favorite programs from the Windows desktop. Click the left mouse button to launch an application or the right button to define a new ToolBar button. You can also drag and drop a file icon or shortcut directly onto the ToolBar to quickly define a new button » 25.11.2004 - 646 KB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $25
SideSlide 3.8.00 Dock SideSlide at any corner of the screen; keep shortcuts to files, folders and URLs you frequently visit; add multiple notes, multiple, sizable, pictures, schedule reminders, save web snippets and more » 10.02.2017 - 1.06 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
Winstep Nexus 17.1 A multi-level dock system that enables you to launch your applications on the spot » 27.01.2017 - 43.5 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
SyMenu 5.09.6231.28087 SyMenu allows you to manage portable applications resident on a removable drive. SyMenu can be installed in pen drives, external USB disks, memory cards and even CDs and DVDs. » 23.01.2017 - 2 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
StarDock ObjectDock 2.2 Organize your shortcuts and running tasks onto an extremely customizable dock, in Mac OS style, that sits on your desktop » 22.09.2016 - 15.88 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Trial, $4.99
Fences 3.01 Fences is a one-of-a-kind program, allowing you to draw labeled shaded areas on your desktop, which become movable & resizable containers for your desktop icons » 09.06.2016 - 9.18 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Shareware, $9.99
Handy Start Menu 1.95 Handy Start Menu is small utility that makes computing much easier - it's easier to find and launch programs » 02.02.2015 - 8.24 MB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Free
Launcher Free/Pro 2.1.0 Launcher is an easy-to-use personal shortcut manager to launch all file kinds » 29.04.2014 - 5.53 MB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Free
SSuite Mac Dock 3.2 Mac Dock is a very simple Windows utility designed to create a Mac OS X-like dock on your desktop, allowing you to launch certain programs with just a single click, just like you do with the ones in the Quick Launch » 08.06.2012 - 641.65 KB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Free
TurboLaunch 5.1.4 TurboLaunch is a fully configurable, toolbar-style program launcher. Use TurboLaunch for single-click access to all of your favorite programs! » 27.06.2011 - 1.29 MB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Trial, $20
Vista Start Menu 3.893 Vista Start Menu is a convenient alternative to the Â«StartÂ» menu » 14.02.2012 - 9.47 MB - Windows XP/Vista/7 - Free
Epiar is a space adventure/combat game written in C with SDL (Simple DirectMedia Layer). In Epiar, you begin as a shuttle pilot in a galaxy generally ruled by anarchy, with few stable governments and numerous rebel factions. You start your adventure off doing whatever you want, but generally trying to save up money for a new starship, and your adventure takes off from there...
Proactive Password Auditorâ„¢ (PPAâ„¢; former Proactive Windows Security Explorer) is a password security test tool that's designed to allow WindowsÂ® NT, WindowsÂ® 2000, WindowsÂ® XP and Windows Server 2003-based systems administrators to identify and close security holes in their networks. Password hacking is one of the most critical and commonly exploited network security threats. Too often, users like to use simple and easy-to-remember passwords such as repeating characters, simple words, and names. In addition, some network administrators forget to purge terminated employees from the system, force people to change passwords often, or lock out users after a number of failed attempts. Proactive Password Auditorâ„¢ helps secure networks by executing an audit of account passwords, and exposing insecure account passwords. If it is possible to recover the password within a reasonable time, the password is considered insecure. An administrator can also use it to recover any lost password and access a user's WindowsÂ® account.