Spencer was designed to help you get a feel of the good old Windows XP back. This operating system was, without a doubt, one of the most successful launches by Windows. It’s still one of the more popular operating systems from this habitat. The sad thing is that it’s mostly obsolete because Microsoft doesn’t provide updates for it, and some of the features are quite old.
But, some parts of Windows XP still hold up very well, even today. One of the areas where that is true is the Start Menu. It was great, and in many ways, even revolutionary. And many people have gotten so used to it that when they switch to a newer version, they start to miss it. Spencer allows you to integrate it into more recent Windows versions and use it again.
When you start to use this app, you’ll see that it’s fully portable, so you won’t even need to install it. Instead, you only need to use the executable file, which you can place in almost any folder of your choice on your computer.
It will provide users with quick access to some of the most popular tools from the Windows XP Start Menu. These tools include the Calculator, Notepad, Snipping Tool, Sticky Notes, XPS Viewer, and WordPad.
You can also access the Administrative tools. From there, you’ll have the ability to open the Event Viewer, as well as the Defragmenter. There are also other tools in this category, such as Task Scheduler and many others.
Spencer is very intuitive and easy to use. Because it’s lightweight, you’ll be able to use it fast, and with just a couple of clicks, you’ll start to open your favorite apps. You can also launch the Control Panel form, as well as the Command Prompt window.
Spencer allows you to use the Windows XP start menu tools in one condensed place. Access all of the tools and features initially available in the Windows XP Start Menu with this user-friendly and accessible tool that allows you to get your old Start Menu layout.