PopMenu is a WinBatch desktop interface to Windows batch files written in WIL, the Windows Interface Language. PopMenu batch files are used to automate PC operations and application specific procedures. (FileMenu, the other WinBatch menu utility, is used in manipulating files in the Windows Explorer.)


PopMenu appears as an icon on the Windows Task Bar. This bar extends along one edge of the Windows desktop and includes the "START" Button. A click on the PopMenu icon brings up a menu of WIL batch files, and utilities. Samples are included, but you can completely modify these to meet your needs.




PopMenu is a menu-based WIL (Windows Interface Language) application.


NOTE: Please refer to the Windows Interface Language Reference help file, Menu Files section, for information on menu file structure.



System Requirements / Installation / Operation

Menu Files

INI Settings

Usage Tips, Known Problems and Limitations, etc.