The developer is not personally responsible for the conflict. If you want a personal argument, kindly
PM me, and then we can chat away somewhere in private?
Now, back to the key issue on this website, the software.
True Launch Bar is one, if not the best application launcher on Windows. The downside is that, by today's standards, it's considered advanced.
The positives, then? If you deal with a huge amount of portable apps (100+), it helps a lot by providing a clear logical and navigational structure.
Obviously, it shines even more when you start having too many apps (applications?) and we're talking 500+ now.
I use it in conjunction with Executor as they're synergistic, and they do similar by different things. Keywords for apps you hardly use, or even hardly remember
is not the most logical approach. Therefore, menus within menus, with clear headings and sub-headings help you navigate when you only
remember the function of the app, but not its exact name.
Personally, I think this beats any application launcher out there, including the one from: "Portable Apps". The only main disadvantage is the setup time
and a somewhat complex procedure. However, relative paths! Yes, you can use relative paths with your shortcuts. This means, that you can keep one
master-structure and then copy it to whatever systems you want, and you can also use launcher nesting, meaning you can run wscc or similar application suits.
You can also have folder-structures within the menus, and then having headings and sections within those menues.
I assume you know how to place the actually applications within a folder structure, otherwise this will take you some time, probably.
A simple way to use the relative path feature is to place your structure in a folder called: #1.
Show this post to a friend, tell them to try it, copy it to your USB stick, smirk, go home… and profit!
http://www.truelaunchbar.com/support/tr ... -free.html