NutShell is written using Borland Delphi.
It is complied for 32bit, and can run on x64 systems as well.
There are no special system requirements, any Microsoft Windows environment should work,
such as Windows 9x, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Server 2008 Core.
NutShell is designed to work in restricted environments,
so it can fit in screen resolution of 800*600,
and doesn't need any special disk space, RAM nor dependant DLL files.
However if you use the freeware applications which are on the CoreShell ISO image,
please note that each application might have its own requirements.
I have just written a new program called "Nutshell".
This is a "shell" which can be customized by the user,
and is intended for the following scenarios:
1. A menu for your own CD/USB with several applications and utilities.
2. A simple GUI shell for running applications on Windows Server 2008 Core.
This is currently the main design goal for NutShell.
3. Another possible use for this is a simple and limited shell for using in Terminal Services environment,
to provide users access to specific applications only.
Nutshell uses a simple CSV file as input with a list of applications to show.
Such files can be created and edited using the tool of your choice,
Nutshell built in menu editor.
Notepad (or similar)
MS Excel / OpenOffice Calc (or similar)
Or a combination of the above.
NutShell is freeware like several other programs and utilities that I wrote,
and it can be downloaded and used for free.
Written by Yizhar Hurwitz,
The current version of NutShell is 1.20