The missing start menu for macOS
If the launchpad of macOS is too bulky and confusing for you, start is the right choice. start is a start menu for macOS and allows you to quickly find and structure your programs.
## Structuring Apps into Categories ##
With start you can categorize applications. So you don't have to search for the right application.
## Several categories per app ##
An application can be easily assigned to multiple categories.
## Group apps, directories and files into categories ##
You can also assign directories and files to a category. For example, if you are currently working on a project, you can simply assign a category to the necessary folders, files and programs - by selecting the category you will have access to it later on.
## Requirements ##
start was developed for macOS 10.12 (and newer) and uses Spotlight internally to search for applications. For start to work, Spotlight must be enabled and also capture applications (this is the normal setting of macOS)