If you recently switched to a new OS and missing the XP style start menu, you are going to love Start Menu XP. Some people find the Start Menu found in Windows XP is better organized. So, if you are one of these people, you can get your old XP style start menu back using this freeware.
You will find this free XP Start menu as an icon in the system tray. But don’t worry if you want to use this freeware directly from the Start menu as you can access to this Start menu from the start menu you are using right now. All the apps displayed in Start menu will be divided into six different categories including Games, Graphics, Internet, Office, System and Other. There is an option to create your own category but it’s available for the paid users only.
This free Start menu utility can be installed and uninstalled without facing any problem. Another attractive feature of this software is, it doesn’t change the actual location of program shortcuts. This freeware creates categories without damaging their location or other things. You also have the liberty to adjust the scale of the menu. If you like big text, you have the option to increase the text size now. You can also change the skin of the Start menu and you will find four skins inside this freeware.
Features of Start Menu XP:
- Enjoy XP style Star menu in Windows Vista and 7
- Increase or decrease the scale of Start menu
- Four different skins to choose from
- Arrange programs in six different categories
Start Menu XP is available for download at Start Menu XP’s website. It’s only 11.02MB in size and supports Windows XP or higher. Try Start Menu XP Free