Start dozens of Windows functions and commands using this simple freeware executable. Window's In a Box's interface is simply four pull-down menus in a small dialog. With no need to install, you can place this handy item in your USB toolbox.
There is no learning curve involved for this simple program. The four pull-down menus include Functions, Hidden XP Functions, Other, and Folders. You merely open a pull-down and select the function you need. The first set includes commonly used functions such as calculator and Notepad, and it has 33 total functions. The Hidden XP Functions also has 33 functions, but these are less often used. A Telnet Client, Direct X Diagnosis, and Private Character Editor and 30 other easy-to-choose items make up that menu. As expected, the Other menu holds miscellaneous functions not found in the first two menus. The final pull-down lists 15 quickly opened folders.
Window's In a Box is freeware, tiny, an executable, and very useful. Anyone who calls functions from the Start menu can use this highly recommended application.