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Giveaway of the day — Start Menu XP PRO

Start Menu XP enlève la liste de programmes comme il l'a fait dans Windows XP.
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L'offre gratuite du jour pour Start Menu XP PRO était valable le 16 avril 2011!

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Download and convert videos from the vast majority of websites.

Start Menu XP enlève la liste de programmes comme il l'a fait dans Windows XP. Vous pouvez donc utiliser tout l'espace écran pour trouver vos programmes plus vite.

Vous pouvez aussi organiser vos programmes en «groupes virtuels» (bureau, jeux, etc.). Puisque ces groupes sont virtuels, vous ne verrez pas de répertoire vide lors de la désinstallation. Les groupes peuvent être repliés (réduits) pour rendre la recherche plus facile.

Configuration minimale:

Windows Vista/ 7

Éditeur:

OrdinarySoft

Page web:

http://www.startmenuxp.com/

Taille du fichier:

10.3 MB

Prix:

$19.99

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#3

archaïque et dépassé depuis des lunes,
et fais planter le PC,

Réponse   |   Louis-2009  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#2

nomade et grotesque

Réponse   |   rojamel  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
#1

petit programme sympa charge depuis longtemps merci GOTD

Réponse   |   actros840  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (0)
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#5

@Keith Alston "XP is dead and gone. It is no longer supported. Vista was a huge improvement, and now Windows 7 is another great step forward."

You are entitled to your opinion ofcourse and so am I (Iguess you can agree with that). Your statement will only be a private opinion to me and others, even when yours might be shared with others, but the truth has to be supported by facts. None of your reaction were facts and so you can not claim any truth or factual reallity with your words (I would call it a matter of expression of personal taste).

Please grand me the arrogance to differ in opinion with you and enlighten you with my "truth". It might just be an eyeopener.

XP is by far the best product Microsoft made. But after most people wanting to have XP, already had it, they had to move on. That is great ofcourse especially when moving on means making improvements. No OS is perfect, so I would be in for that even though XP is still my OS of choice.

Vista is together with Win ME the biggest mistake ever made. The system only grew heavier and Microsoft was not ready yet to introduce Win 7. It was only an "in the middle we can sell anything" OS with lots of annoyances like the introduction of UAC.

Win 7 is a more mature product. Microsoft learned from their mistakes (like UAC became more flexible). They even planned to stop Vista support before XP-support (really lots of people like to go on working with XP even though there is Win 7 now). Fact: XP is still supported with security updates.

Microsoft started out by selling an OS with the most features neglecting security (something that didn't sell in the starting days) Missing features were quickly build in in the next releases (like the browser-wars), sometime by just buying the leading company that started that particular feature. This created a huge marked ofcourse.
Windows had it all, no need for something else, just have Windows, right? No more Amiga, C64, Atari.

From XP on they focussed on capacity (huge HDD, FAT32 and much later NTFS) and performance (multi-threading) to conquer the businessmarket aswell (bye bye IBM. But business ofcourse demanded security aswell.

They had to radically change a few things which would take some time.
To have something to sell, the sold the halfproduct Vista (which they like to forget like Win ME once).

Win7 was the product with featuers (home-market), capacity and performance (business-market) and security (by now everyone, because of all the accumulated threads on the internet, like malware and spam).

When Win7 is compared to XP (lets not talk about Vista anymore) you get lots more eyecandy (like aero, much better for selling, but you cannot really use it) and security aswell. But a large part of the added security is security for Microsoft and not for the homeuser. You are forced to do all kinds of genuine-microsft-test, activations etc.
To make it appear a much different (but really not much more advanced, except for the 64 bit-architectuers) product they rearranged (and renamed) also annoyingly everything in a not so meaningfull manner (the cause that todays giveaway has some future for some people that like XP like I do).
Win7 will have improved certain things ofcource, but to me it is merely a package of expensive bloat, hyped and crazed up by the "look at me"-show-offs.

Well it's just my opinion ofcourse, nothing to factual, but at least this proves there is another world of taste and opinion then yours. You've got te deal with that, hang on and keep a stiff upperlip now.

BrainGel  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+59)
#4

@Keith Alston XP is far from dead. First it's going to be supported till 2015, second many businesses still use it because of custom programs that only work in XP. Third I still have people ask me to help them load XP on their new laptop. & Finally Many still like the "Look" of XP over "Aero".


Kudos to "OrdinarySoft" for making this app! If Microsoft was smart they would make more "XP Themes" to get more people off of XP and onto 7...

cloudy99  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+40)
#3

Utttttterly useless program!

And (I take this opportunity to forward) A MESSAGE TO ALL DEVELOPERS: Please understand that the fact that you literally hijack the activity of the users who install your programs and force their browsers to open your webpage at the end of the installation it is perceived as a VERY NEGATIVE fact!

I sincerely hope that other members who share my point of view will also express their opinion in this or future threads in order TO HELP DEVELOPERS UNDERSTAND that we (the users) would really prefer to visit (the developers) websites at our convenience and NOT at theirs!

Mark  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+37)
#2

Do a search for "Classic Shell". It's a free project and does everything you could ever want your start menu to do in Windows 7. It's much more developed than this program. Has drag and drop, delete, rename, open all users etc. Just like a proper start menu.

Chris Gordon  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+33)
#1

@Keith Alston
XP is far from dead & gone, IT'S STILL SUPPORTED and the preferred OS for many people. Vista was a big step nowhere and the biggest abortion since windows ME, I feel sorry for the people stuck having to use it. The only thing I agree with you is about windows 7, I love the new UI and refuse to step backwards....

Brad  –  13 years ago  –  Avez-vous trouver ce commentaire utile ? oui | non (+26)

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