Like many people involved in the IT business, I also fiddle around with some rudimentary programming. Below you will find the results of this fiddling around. So far, I am not charging for any of these applications, but they take time and effort to create and $'s to host. So, if you are interested in donating any amount for these efforts, it would be greatly appreciated. You can easily do so through the PayPal Donate button below. Recommended $20 for home or educational use. Commercial users be generous, if this is saving you time, effort and money!
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RunAppSysTray (RAST) is a simple application that allows a user to configure a quick launch icon in the Windows System Tray which can be easily configured to launch documents, applications, files, shortcuts, and any other items that they could launch if they were to double-click on it in Windows Explorer or launch it from the Start Menu. This is similar to the Start Menu, except that it can be configured with different sets of executables easily loaded through INI files.
Please read the User Guide below to understand how the application can be configured and used. A link for the latest version is also provided as well as a couple of screenshots.
Note: This program uses Microsoft .NET Framework, v3.5 (at a minimum). If it is not already installed on your computer, it will ask you to download and install it from a Microsoft website. It may reboot after the install. If so, you will need to run the installation again. If you want, you can download and install the latest .NET Framework from this website prior to installation: