This is a customizable, menu-driven front end that lets you launch external programs and any type of media stored on your computer.
It is extremely flexible and allows you to easily build nested menu structures that can accomplish many tasks. Its large, clear display makes it great for large monitors or TV sets.
Although the program is targeted at Home Theater Personal Computer users, it can serve many purposes. For example, it can be used to build a simple menu for children to access their programs. It also works well with kiosk and touch-screen applications.
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