Start Menu X will replace the standard Windows 7 and Vista startup menu with the menu that was in Windows XP. In addition, the program offers several convenient functions that will help you to search for programs much faster. Virtual groups of applications, which are implemented in Start Menu X, will make it possible to divide all installed programs by types. For example, you can create one group for games, another for office applications, etc. Groups open when you put the mouse cursor over them. They don't display the content inside them all the time. The way the content of a group is displayed varies depending on your preferences. Inside the program groups are sorted alphabetically.
The program allows you to use the entire screen for the Start menu. Unlike the standard menu in Windows 7, you don't have to scroll through large lists of programs in a small window. Start Menu X does not bring changes to the system, but only uses the documented features of Windows. The new Start menu can be quickly switched on or off.