Change history for PStart


2014-07-28 00:09:03
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: PStart is an easy-to-use system tray program launcher with a hierarchical list of menus for launching applications and documents, much like the Windows "Start" menu. Includes support for drag-and-drop program management, customizable look and feel, program auto and scheduled start, search, and much more.Unlike many other launchers, PStart automatically uses relative paths when adding applications and documents, so portability is automatically preserved when changing drive letters as long as the applications and documents are located in the same drive as PStart.[b]Note[/b]: 64-bit OS users may wish to use this in a [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=70809#p70809]compatibility mode[/url].
  • Screenshot: Updated


2014-07-28 00:03:53
Updated by webfork

  • System Requirement:
  • How to extract: [list=1][*]Download the installer and install using the "Portable setup" option to a folder of your choice.[*]Launch [[i]PStart.e.exe[/i].[/list]Additional notes from the author (Jens Gruschel): [i]"The installer has a combo box with all removable drives listed. But if you click the [Next] button, you can select any folder you want, so there is no need to copy the file afterwards (which you can do of course). I added this combo box, because I thought that most people would install it to a USB stick (in fact I wrote the program because I wanted such a tool for my USB stick). But since I also like programs located on my D: drive, I didn't want to limit it to removable drives."[/i]
  • Keywords: p start startp
  • Forum topic ID: 20339


2012-09-22 19:52:53
Updated by webfork

  • Version: Vv2.11
  • Synopsis: PStart is a n easy-to-usye stem tray program lastem tray program launcher with a hierarchical list of menus for launching applications and documents, much liker with a hier Windows "Start" menu. Inchical liudes support of menus for launchinor drag-and-drop program mapplications and documagements, much like the Windows "Start" menu. Includes customizable look and feel, program auto and scheduled start, search, and much more.Unlike many other launchers, PStart automatically uses relative paths when adding applications and documents, so portability is automatically preserved when changing drive letters as long as the applications and documents are located in the same drive as PStart.


2012-09-22 19:51:15
Updated by webfork

  • Additional features: [Productivity - Scheduling Tools]
  • System Requirement:
  • Synopsis:
  • How to extract: Download the installer and install using the "Portable setup" option to a folder of your choice. (Note that you have to install using the "Portable setup" option because the final executable installed is different. If you install using the "Local setup" option, you will get an executable that writes to the user profile folder and [list=1][*]Download the installer and install using the "Portable setup" option to a foldoes not use relative paths.) Launch the program bof y double-clr choickie.[*]Laungch [i]PStart.exe[/i].[/list]Additional dditional notes from the author (Jenots Gruschel): [i]"The installer has fra combo bomx withe author (Jens Gall removable druschives l): "The installer has a combo box with all removable drives listed.isted. Buut if you click the [Next] button, you can select any folder you want, so there is no need to copy the file afterwards (which you can do of course). I added this combo b button, you can select any folder you want, so there is no need to copy the file afterwards (which you can do of course). I added this combo box, becaus because I thought that most people I thought that most pewople wouuld install l it to a USB stick (in fact I wrote the program because I wanted su fach a tool fI wrote the program because I wanted such a tool for my USB sstick). Buti sinck).e I also But since I also likelike progrrams locams lted ocated on n my D: drive, drive, I ddidn't t want to lt to limimit t it to to removable drives."[/i]


2011-09-10 19:23:26
Updated by webfork

  • Synopsis: PStart is a system tray program launcher with a hierarchical list of menus for launching applications and documents, much like the Windows "Start" menu. Includes customaizable look and feel, program launcher that sitsram auto iand tsche syduled stem tray. You rt, searcah, an define a muchierarchical list of menus for launching applications and documents, much e.Unlike the Windows "Stmart" menu. Unlike oy other program launchers, PStart automatically uses relative paths when adding applications and documents, so portability is automatically preserved when changing drive letters as long as the applications and documents are located in the same drive as PStart.


2010-10-10 20:56:30
Updated by webfork

  • System Requirement:
  • How to extract: Download the installer and install using the "Portable setup" option to a folder of your choice. (Note that you have to install using the "Portable setup" option because the final executable installed is different. If you install using the "Local setup" option, you will get an executable that writes to the user profile folder and does not use relative paths.) Launch the program by double-clicking PStart.exe.Additional notes from the author (Jens Gruschel): "The installer has a combo box with all removable drives listed. But if you click the [Next] button, you can select any folder you want, so there is no need to copy the file afterwards (which you can do of course). I added this combo box, because I thought that most people would install it to a USB stick (in fact I wrote the program because I wanted such a tool for my USB stick). But since I also like programs located on my D: drive, I didn't want to limit it to removable drives."


2006-08-17 14:17:12
Added by admin