• http://the-couch-lounge.blogspot.com/ Aaron

    Interesting programs. have you personally used Jetstart or Start++ I currently use FARR and Rocketdock as my app launchers. How do these compare?

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/ilovefreesw ilovefreesw

      @Aaron: I use Launchy most of the time. Jetstart and Start++ are good for casual users, but I have so many programs installed on my system that I prefer to go with Launchy.

  • Siro

    If you like Launchy, there's a much better (IMO) launcher called executor: http://www.executor.dk/

    • Raman

      I agree. I was lauchy fan and then came across executor. it is must have application. lauchy used to much system resources as compared to executor

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001203033316 Piotr Laskowski

    In my opinion any launcher that involve mouse actions is far worse than type&run launcher. Taking one hand off the keyboard to press icons will always be much less efficient than hitting few keys.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/ilovefreesw ilovefreesw

      @Piotr: You have made a good point. However, that is a completely personal preference, and depends on how we use computer. Power users like us always have one (or both) hands on keyboard. However, I have seen many casual users who actually try to accomplish everything using mouse.

  • pvsurfer

    In that case, why not use DOS? ;)

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/ilovefreesw ilovefreesw

      @pvsurfer: well said :)

  • infini

    I cant believe you didnt post keybreeze. better than launchy…small, lightweight. tried launchy and it was too much.

    try keybreeze if you want even simpler yet as powerful (more even) as launchy

  • Dutchman

    What about EasyDesktop. It is a Windows menu program– alot like the old DOS menus. http://www.microseconds.com

  • Erik

    Radian isn’t freeware!