Autoplay Menu Designer

Autoplay Menu Designer

Autoplay Menu Designer allows you to design your autorun CD, DVD, USB menu
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Autoplay Menu Designer is the ultimate tool to make autorun menu creation easy and gratifying. With this application any user, novice or expert, will be capable of creating the most attractive welcome menus for their auto-executable CD-ROMs, DVDs, and USB Flash drives. Its wizard-based interface will comfortably guide you through the whole process, allowing you to choose any of its 40+ templates or to create a completely new menu from scratch.

Autoplay Menu Designer is both a graphic design application and a useful tool to create the files you need to make your discs and USB drives to execute an elegant welcome window or menu, as soon as you insert them into your PC. Instead of creating discs that simply launch a predefined application, with this easy-to-use program you can add a professional-looking welcome interface that will allow clients, users, and friends to choose which program, video, or document they want to see first.

In this autoplay menu you can add your company logo, a nice background image, your contact details, or any other information that you may consider relevant. All buttons, frames, callouts, descriptions, etc., are fully customizable, and the results are always gratifying. Once you have designed your menu, and have checked that all its options are working the way they should, all you have to do is create the necessary files and add them to the root directory of the target disc.

Graphic design tools do not usually come much easier than this. All in all, Autoplay Menu Designer is a tool that makes menu designs a task for everyone, expert or not. The trial version available for download is fully functional though limited in time, so grab it and experience all this for yourself.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Wizard-based menu creation
  • Extensive functionality
  • Attractive and easy-to-navigate interface


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