Windows Touch Remix is a program launcher for netbooks or laptops running Windows. It’s designed to look and work much like the ume-launcher that comes with Ubuntu Netbook Remix or the easy mode interfaces that come with the Eee PC version of Xandros Linux or Linpus Linux Lite as it appears on Acer netbooks.
The free utility is still a work in progress. Right now you’ll need to manually add programs and icons using a configuration utility. But the developer is hoping to add a feature in a future version that will scan your Program Files directory to locate applications.
There are a few neat features in the configuration utility, including one that lets you create custom wallpapers for the program, and an option to let you set Windows Touch Remix as your desktop wallpaper so that when you minimize all other running applications you’ll see the program launcher.
You can read more about Windows Touch Remix in the EeeUser forums.