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Launch 1.2 released with more features

Launch is a tiny tool designed to run or execute any type of files or programs. It can pass parameters to the file that you want to execute and even open new file types such as .MSU, .MSP among others. As it uses its own process to run a file, the file type is not important anymore as long as you have an associated program on your computer.

Launch is actually a replacement to Windows Run box in the Start Menu, but has powerful features like Drag and Drop. It has a simple interface, low memory usage and runs under Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP (x86).

Launch has three versions: U3 installer, MSI installer (provides Launch it option in context menu) and a portable version (. Exe) and can be downloaded from the following link:


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