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USB Missile Launcher

7, Aug 2006

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Defend your office against intruders! With this USB Missile Launcher you can target your colleagues at work, and bombard them with missiles throughout the day – without even looking away from your screen!

The Launcher is powered by 3 x AA batteries (not included) but is completely controlled from your PC via a USB port. Once you’re connected you’ll be able to rotate the base of the launcher 360 degrees, giving you complete control over the direction your missiles will travel. Users will also be able to adjust the trajectory of the missile flight from their computer screen and are thus able to alter the distance each missile will travel!

Once installed on your PC or Laptop a radar screen will appear on your screen from which the launcher is controlled. Either click the mouse on the direction tabs, or simply use the arrow keys on your keyboard to adjust the direction and height that each missile will be launched at! The Missile Launcher will also generate an incredible noise through your computer’s speakers, when firing.

The ultimate desktop toy that is guaranteed to cause a riot in any office!

The price of the USB Missile Launcher is about $57.

If you are interested in getting one of those cool USB Missile Launchers…

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Launchy is the most efficient way to open files, folders, and programs on your computer. Nobody likes to hunt through the start menu to find an application, just to find that the application is hidden under some obscure folder named after a company you have never heard of! Instead, Launchy is a smart search program which tries to guess which program or file you are looking for and will launch it when you hit the enter key. It is only visible when you hit the ALT + SPACE key combination; otherwise it hides in the background. Once you have used it for a few days, it becomes an indispensable utility for your computer. And it’s free!

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How to use Launchy
Launchy installs itself into your Startup folder (it’s buried in your start menu) and will automatically run every time you log into your computer. Yet, where is it? Launchy hides in the background until you need it. To bring it to the foreground type ALT + SPACE (hold down the alt key and tap the space bar). At this point simply begin typing the name of the program you are looking for. Do not worry about capitalization, punctuation, or even spelling in general.

Adding Directories and Types
If you would like Launchy to index more than the programs in your start menu, such as folders, mp3s, docs, pdfs, avis, etc… then this option is for you. Right click on Launchy, select directories, and then add the file types to search for on the right and the directories to search for them in on the left. Note that the types should be of the form .mp3 and .exe and not *.exe or anything else. If you would like to open folder windows directly from Launchy, check the Index Directory Names box.

Skins Support
It is also possible to change the default skin of Launchy, you have a choice of 12 other skins by default and you can even create your own. To create a skin, look in the Skins directory under your installation directory and one into a new directory. Edit the skin.ini file to your liking and replace the images. The ini files have helpful (though limited) documentation.

Launchy is a free and open source application.

If you want to download and try Launchy…


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