Start Menu is a very simple app launcher for macOS. Despite multiple ways to launch apps, that already exist, this tool could be useful for some people. It just displays all your apps in alphabetical order, in a place where you need it - that's all. You can drag its icon to any place of your Dock, where you'd like to see the application list. To make it active after system restart, click its Dock icon with a right mouse/ trackpad button and choose Options Open at login. Icon customisation is available as well.
You can click the icon with a right mouse button or with Ctrl key to show the more compact list of Applications without icons.
If you would like to have Start Menu running on your Mac startup, click it with a right mouse button and check "Open at login".
You can scroll the program list with a mouse wheel, or type the first characters of the program you need, to find its menu item.
To change the button title in the Dock - just rename the program. If you don't like its logo, you can replace the program icon with any other .icns file, just open the program package and replace Logo.icns file with your file. Restart the program to apply the changes.
Updated on Nov 22 2021