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Hi all

I'm not too sure if I have posted this in the right place, sorry if it is incorrect.
I am trying to create an interface for my mum that will run on a windows xp laptop, to make using a computer easier.
I want to so something with the same kind of design to the way Windows 8 start menu is laid out. so a page with bigish buttons on that take you to programs and folders etc.

So really I am asking, does any one know of any software that I could use to do this, which requires very little programming knowledge, because I am not too good with programming.

I was trying to do it with some free webpage software, but it doesn't work for what I want.

I need it to be able to specify programs to open on a button link rather than just website url's

Any help is much appreciated as I have come to a loss of where to look for a program or something.

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Hi, am i too late??

ok, from what i am able to understand from your post i think you want some kind of program launcher, panel, Menu or Dock type to be specific.

Here is a link you should check: www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-program-launcher.htm

For organizing my own desktop i prefer Fences by stardock.

Hope it help you joe or maybe future visitors. :)

Edited by sahilwaste, 03 December 2013 - 11:14 AM.

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