menuApp is an application that allows you to configure menus and use them to launch your favourite programs, music files, documents, websites, etc. It's fast, doesn't hog a lot of resource and is easy to setup and use (so long as you can handle a text editor). What's more, it doesn't drop any extraneous files on your system and it stays well clear of the registry.
menuApp takes folders and turns them into menus. For example, you can point menuApp at your documents folder and it will draw a menu with all your documents on it. Or you can point it to a folder full of mp3s and the mp3s will appear on the menu. Click on any item on the menu and it will be launched as if you clicked on it in Explorer. If there are sub-folders they will appear as sub-menus.
menuApp understands special Windows folders. You can tell menuApp to draw a menu containing the items from your QuickLaunch bar or from your Desktop. menuApp can display a menu containing a list of the programs currently running on your computer. Select one and you switch to it. menuApp also has some other smart features, including hotkey support, a background server to minimize menu load times, and intelligent keyboard access.