The DXLab Launcher makes it easy to control individual DXLab applications, or a specified group of DXLab applications. With the Launcher, you can
install new DXLab applications, and update or restore already installed DXLab applications
start or stop a group of installed DXLab applications with a single mouse click
minimize or restore the main windows of all running DXLab applications with a single mouse click
start, minimize, restore, or stop individual DXLab applications
view at a glance the state of all DXLab applications
determine what version of each DXLab application is installed on your PC, and what new versions are available for upgrade
save a DXLab application's Windows Registry settings to a specified file
restore a DXLab application's Windows Registry settings from a specified file
The Launcher lets you specify up to 2 non-DXLab applications for inclusion in the group that can be started together; however, the Launcher cannot terminate non-DXLab applications, nor can it direct them to minimize or restore their windows.
A PC running Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7 or 8 with an SVGA or better display is required; both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors of Windows are supported. The DXLab Launcher is free, and contains no advertising. Commercial use is expressly forbidden.
If you have questions or suggestions, please post them on the DXLab Discussion Group.
Other members of the DXLab suite of free amateur radio software:
Commander - controls your Icom, TenTec, Kenwood, Elecraft, or Yaesu radio from your PC
Pathfinder - locates QSL information from web-accessible sources
WinWarbler - conducts PSK31 and RTTY QSOs, providing multiple receive channels (uses the PSKCORE and MMTTY engines)
DXView - displays DXCC info and country maps, and plots spots, beam headings, solar position, and the solar terminator on a world map
DXKeeper - records and manages QSOs, tracks progress towards DXing objectives, prints QSL cards and labels, and addresses envelopes and labels
PropView - displays minimum and maximum useable frequencies between specified locations, and monitors beacons in the IARU/NCDXF network
SpotCollector - collects and aggregates spots from multiple sources -- including packet, Telnet, and IRC -- to create a local database that you can display, sort, and filter in real time