Vista Start Menu is the best replacement classical Windows XP Start Menu . Vista Start Menu enables you to access all available applications and files on your hard drive in just one or two clicks. Vista Start Menu is fully compatible with Windows Vista, Windows XP and all other modern Windows platforms. Let’s have a look some of the advantage of Vista Start Menu over other Windows Start Menu
- Advantages Over the Windows XP Start Menu: Vista Start Menu offers a way to search programs and applications directly from Start Menu but Windows XP Start Menu does not offer this functionality but Vista Start Menu offers this by Simply start typing its name in the command line and Vista Start Menu offers you a list of related search results. Vista Start Menu is fully integrated with Google Desktop Search and Windows Desktop Search.
- Advantages Over the Windows Vista Start Menu: Vista Start Menu offers a way to add or remove items from your drop-down menu list. With this application there is very little or no need to access your desktop so Vista users can use their entire screen to quickly access the contents of hard drive via the menu. Easily switch between users, shutdown computer simply by pressing the keyboard’s Windows key and choosing the button corresponding to the desired action. Large, easily-accessible buttons, recognizable icons, and detailed descriptions all make it easier and more convenient to work with Vista Start Menu over the standard Windows Vista menu.
- Vista Start Menu user interface can be easily customize according to your requirement. With the Vista Start Menu interface you can effortlessly add or remove menu items, fully control tabs, select skins, change font size and more. Integrated command line with Vista Start Menu allows you to search through your applications and files – and even the internet – just by pressing the required keys. Vista Start Menu handles the search and provides you with a list of the results. Programs installed within the past week will be automatically color highlighted for easier recognition.
- One-Click Program Launch: To start an application in the standard Windows menu, first you need to find the program’s folder, then choose the main file in the sub-menu, and then launch the program itself. Vista Start Menu streamlines this process by automatically searching through the list of programs in the Start menu and identifying the main file. To start the desired program, you simply need to click on its icon. You can enable this feature by selecting the checkbox next to One-Click Launch in the Wizard Menu.
Overall Vista Start Menu looks like a better replacement for Classical Windows Start Menu but Vista Start Menu has to work in the process of indexing information, For a fully loaded 250 GB hard disk takes a sufficient amount of time to index all information. I have tested this application with Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows XP Professional.