I have Windows XP installed in my PC and have a chance to try Vista Start Menu with pro registration. My first impression about this software is, quite difficult at the first time but very convenient after several times usage.
But Vista Start Menu is not like our normal Vista start menu. It is totally different. The thing that I like the most is the folder segmentation that it provides. Usually, when we install new software, the program folder created will be placed at different area at the Start Menu. When this happen, we will take some time to find where the program folder located. But with Vista Start Menu, you will able to find the folder much faster.
Vista Start Menu is the convenient alternative to the plain Start menu you find in Windows XP and Windows Vista. The program uses your cognitive abilities (visual memory, reflexes,etc.); however, while it is easily understandable for beginners, it is also highly efficient for experienced users.
Vista Start Menu will segmented your start menu for easy program folder finding. This is because your mind will remember the location easily. When you see the same folder location so many times, the next time when you want to look for that folder again, your mind will tell you that the folder is located at this, this area. So it will make you faster in locate the program folder. It is like you type the keyboard without looking at it.
I know my words are confusing you. How about if you watch this flash presentation for better understanding on what I am saying. I hope this software will enhance your productivity and save your time.
Vista Start Menu is freeware but as usual, freeware has limitation. If you found this software is useful, get the pro version. In pro version, you can do almost of the things with just in one click. This is another point why I say this software is convenient.