Appetizer is not just limited to programs. It also allows you to make web site and folder shortcuts. Everything, from making shortcuts for programs to moving them to different folders, can all be accomplished with a few simple clicks. When you right-click on a program shortcut, its contents will pop up in a new popup menu, and when you click on a folder, its contents will also be shown in a new popup menu.
In earlier versions of Windows, you could move programs and folders using the Control Panel interface by clicking on their icons. However, it was tedious to track down the items you wanted to move, right-click them, and then select "move" or "edit". Plus, when you finally did move them, they were no longer in the same place on the desktop or taskbar. This is why the latest version of the Windows XP Ultimate Display Control Panel has introduced the Import Manager to streamline the desktop and minimize the time it takes you to explore and select files and folders. With the Import Manager, all you have to do is choose from a wide array of categories, click "OK", and click "Import/orians".
The Import Manager allows you to save many more shortcuts than those available in the Windows Side Menu. Furthermore, it allows you to drag and drop shortcuts onto your desktop or taskbar. Finally, using the Windows Side Menu for Appetizer and launching applications directly from there is no longer necessary. You can access your Appetizer files from the Windows Side Menu or toolbars on the desktop, creating a clutter-free environment that is quick and easy to use. The Windows Side Menu and dock are also more useful than ever, making the use of Appetizer easier than ever before.