When you save files or media to a disk for distribution, exhibition or just common use by some other end user, it is important to take presentation into consideration. Some people might say that it is better to keep things straightforward and let people access files directly, but start menus have never hurt anyone, especially when there are tools available to make them in just a couple of minutes.
Create a self-starting CD menu with a very simple tool.
With utilities like 4Menu basic CD front end (CDFrontEnd1) you get the chance to do just that. It is an extremely simple application that lets you create a digital directory with up to 10 buttons and actions for people to navigate through the disk and access files in a much nicer-looking way than just opening the Windows file explorer, for instance.
The menu itself won’t be anything too fancy, offering a simple user interface with a solid color background and the option to add a logo, but nothing more. Still, it looks great and makes a world of difference in terms of impact when people boot up your CD.
4Menu basic CD front end is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in dvd creator category and is available to all software users as a free download.