Project Nelson

Project Nelson is a new way of looking at your programs.

Many operating systems use a simple list as the primary method of displaying your programs. And while that may work at first, eventually it all becomes a mismatched mess of program names, kinds, companies and developers.

Well, I think that sucks. So that's why I developed Project Nelson.

Video: What is Project Nelson?

Here are some things I think you'll love about Project Nelson:

Applications and categories cut down on the clutter.

Applications group programs of the same type into a single item, while categories group together applications with a similar theme.

All your games in one place.

No longer will you have to search for the correct publisher or developer name - just click on Games, click on the game category, and double-click your game.

Dif'rent strokes for dif'rent folk.

If you don't like one view of your programs, choose another!


Project Nelson also comes with several programs, including a file manager, a scheduler, and an address book.

Project Nelson is beta software.

That means that while most things should be OK, there may be bugs and missing features.

Help me out by reporting any bugs you find!

Read more about Project Nelson
What's new in Project Nelson 1.0 Build 020
What's changed in Project Nelson 1.0 Build 020 Update 1

System requirements:

Project Nelson requires only two things to run: Windows XP and above, and the .Net Framework 2.0.

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