- Single lightweight redistributable file.
Additionally, the MenuBox.exe file is digitally signed with dual SHA-1 and SHA-256 Authenticode, and may be renamed without affecting functionality or integrity, if you so wish.
- Tested and
certified for the latest, but compatible
with legacy systems.
MenuBox is compatible with all versions of Windows (Windows 95 to Windows 10 and equivalent server versions, both x86 and x64).
- No need to use new tools.
Use your existing web authoring software and experience to create HTML-based multimedia content (or use the MenuBox wizard or a text editor to build simple menus).
- No need to learn a new authoring language.
- We did not reinvent the browser - we extended it.
The HTML mode of MenuBox uses standard Windows system browser container functionality with the latest features and security updates, to which we added an extended document object model (DOM) for specific MenuBox-enabled features (like launching applications). Because we did not reimplement HTML, you don't have to worry about compatibility.
- Applications look and feel like dialogs, not web pages.
Regardless of whether you build simple menus or more sophisticated HTML content, the user won't be able to tell what tool you used. By default your HTML content won't have any text selection or "view source" options, and users will be able to open documents and start application such as installers with a single click.
- Engineered for maximum compliance.
MenuBox was signed using a Class 3 Authenticode certificate to work even under more restrictive security policies. MenuBox can be deployed to fulfill AutoRun requirement of Windows Logo programs, and, by being a certified component itself, it can help get your applications certified too.
- No advertising.
While other tools promote themselves by displaying names and links even after you register them, MenuBox remains discretely behind the scenes. You remain in full control of what to expose.
- Backed by 15+ years of experience, trust and support.
Different versions of MenuBox have been in continuous use since 1998 on millions of CDs and DVDs. The software is still being maintained and supported by the same team of experienced developers.
- Royalty-free redistribution.
No need to keep track of how many units you distribute.