A menu launcher to rival Windows Start menu
SyMenu will automatically index the apps on a host PC. It is a suitable replacement for the Windows Start function. It’s true power is fact that this indexing function is no longer tied to a Windows computer as SyMenu may be used in and with numerous other programs.
A powerful app indexer
SyMenu doesn't seem like a big deal on its own, but it has given developers a prepackaged way to organize apps and software functionalities. The Windows Start menu is an amazing piece of coding that other people cannot use in their online tools and apps because Microsoft holds all the rights, but now there is SyMenu that developers can add to their apps and programs, and there are already over 1200 apps with the SyMenu, plus several hundred unregistered/personal-use apps with it in too. The menu may be customized both as a stand-alone tool, and you may customize the way the menu presents information/entries as you are using it. Plus, the SyMenu is so portable that you can move it on a flash drive without leaving messy file fragments after behind on the host computer.
A piece of freeware for developers and hobbiest
SyMenu is part of the great online coding culture where people share and share alike. It has been released as freeware, which means you may use it for your own purposes without having to pay. The menu has a light blue tinge to it and expands from left to right. It has many similarities to the Windows Start menu except that it is highly customization and you do not have to buy the rights to use it.