As easy as "Drag & Drop"No programming experience required!
The demo video shows how easy it is to create a user interface with drag & drop, and how to connect documents to buttons » Demo video
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It goes without saying, of course, that the success of the business presentation will depend on how much impact your presentation makes. As well as making it attractive and professional, it is also essential to remember the old adage that first impressions count. When your customers insert the CD or DVD into their drives, you want them to be presented with a clear introduction frontend menu giving them all the options available. You certainly don't want to be making them search through all the files in the hope of finding your presentation. Getting off to a good start is essential, after all you don't want to annoy your users before you have even gotten started. A smooth and well presented introduction enables your presentation to shine through.
Frontend Menu Demo Projects
Download the instantly available workable front end menu projects
The demo projects can be downloaded in zip format and extracted to a test directory.
KSSW Front End Menu Creator will not put boundaries on your creativitiy. Through background image and the buttons with customizable graphics, you completely control the look and feel of the user interface.
KSSW-FrontendMenu uses drag-&-drop to enable you to drag menu objects such as buttons, List boxes, text fields from the object bar into the Menu Window. Then all you do is link these objects to your documents or programs. Absolutely no programming knowledge is necessary.
Isn't it time you invested your time in designing an impressive and creative menu for your CD rather than wasting hours reading manuals or getting to grips with complex software.
Very easy to use program that includes templates and project wizards. A drag & drop interface that
allows you to move things around easily. The look and feel of the created menu is fully customizable,
allowing you to use a wide variety of different things. The software package comes with a resource browser
with ready to use background images, buttons, title bars and menu bars. The software package comes with
some document viewers for htm-, html-, txt-, rtf-files, image files (jpg, gif, bmp)
Really solid program that I fully recommend.
Rating: 5 Stars
Number of votes: 2
This is a very useful menu creator for CDs, DVDs, and USB flash drives. It's very intuitive and you can drag and drop the easy interface to create any kind of menu you want. You can customize the background and it includes document viewers for HTML, RTF, image files, and more.
Robert P. / 01.04.2015
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Front end menu
A front end menu is a user interface for a software application or a device. For example, Windows Explorer is the front end menu for the file system of the Windows operating system. Typical applications are graphical user interfaces for file selection from portable media such as CDs, DVDs, USB-sticks and USB Flash drives. These applications are often called CD menus, DVD menus, autorun menus or autoplay menus. Continue reading...
The Windows operating system comes complete with a feature that automatically starts programs when a data carrier is changed (such as when a CD ROM is inserted). The information needed to do this is contained in the "Autorun.inf" text file. Continue reading...
Autoplay or Autostart
Autorun, autoplay and autostart are different terms for the same function, that is, the function that starts a program automatically when a data-storage medium is changed.
Also known as an autoplay CD or autostart CD. Autorun, autoplay and autostart are three different terms for the same function. When a CD is inserted into the CD ROM drive on a Windows Computer, a program is started automatically. A multi-media presentation is one of the most common uses. If the CD contains several presentations or documents, it makes good sense to start the CD with an autorun CD menu, which tells the user about the type and content of the CD and which can be used to start the presentations, documents and programs with the help of buttons.
A CD Menu has a graphic user interface and provides an interactive way for users to navigate computer programs. It makes it possible to choose and activate a particular action from a list of possible actions without having to know or use the exact command strings in text form or keyboard shortcuts. An autorun menu is a special kind of menu that is used for CD ROMs or DVD ROMs on computers running the Windows operating system. The autorun feature of the operating system is used to open a menu window automatically when a CD is inserted into the CD drive.
CD Menu Software
A program for creating and editing CD menu applications.
CD und DVD
As far as the Windows operating system is concerned, there is no difference between a CD and a DVD. Both are data-storage mediums with different storage capacities, the only difference is the way in which they are recorded. All of the information given on this website applies to both CDs and DVDs.
A front end menu for a USB Stick / USB Flash Drive.
A USB stick is a compact electronic device that can communicate using Universal Serial Bus (USB) with another device, for instance a computer. This way the USB stick and the computer are directly connected without use of a cable. USB sticks are the most commonly used compatible device. One of the most common applications of USB stick is the USB memory stick, a form of mass storage. This device uses flash memory to store data. Continue reading... Continue reading...
USB Flash Drive
Another term for USB stick.