Instead of accessing the jump list for an individual program, the app lets you pin a jump list for a combination of programs, files and other shortcuts into one single launcher. In other words: multiple programs, one button.
In fact, you can now add up to 60 programs into this app and you can even configure it to launch one default program when you left click on it. And you can group the programs as you see fit. For example, you could create a group called “Office” which lists all the Microsoft Office programs and another called “tools” which holds all your utilities.
The program has been revised seven times so far, so if you encountered bugs early on in its life cycle, you may want to try it again.
Jumplist Launcher is available for free download here.
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