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3SMenu 1.2

Freeware
3SMenu is a pop-up menu-type application launcher that resides as an icon in the task tray at the bottom right of the screen.
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WindowsCE 1.01 is also a pain to open folders and launch applications due to slow icon drawing. Also, since hierarchical menus cannot be used, it is not possible to start up from "Start" like Windows95/NT4. So I want a launcher to easily launch the application.

3SMenu is a pop-up menu-type application launcher that resides as an icon in the task tray at the bottom right of the screen. However, since hierarchical menus cannot be used, the 1st and 2nd hierarchies are displayed separately. Grouping is done in the first layer, applications are selected in the second layer, and so on. In the following, items on the first layer are called pages, and items on the second layer are called items.

You can have up to 10 pages, and up to 12 items can be registered per page. That means you can register up to 120 applications.

In addition to items, you can register not only executable files (*.exe), but also document files and shortcuts associated with applications, and launch them. Creating dial-up and control panel shortcuts and registering them makes them very easy to use.

3SMenu is based on using a pen, so it is easy to use with a pen. However, it is also possible to display the menu by pressing [WIN]+[?].

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Program Launcher

   
License Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
Popularity 1956
Total Downloads  1
   
Submitted By torch
Submitted On 06 October 2022

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