Windows only: Geek.Menu is a fork of the PortableApps.com menu that includes a host of extra features and customisations. The over all appearance of Geek.Menu is very similar to the PortableApps.com menu it split from. You won't find yourself clicking in the wrong spot and opening your documents instead of your videos for instance. One of the most prominent features of Geek.Menu is integration with TrueCrypt. The installation comes with a TrueCrypt package included and accessible from the main menu. If you're not usually on a computer with administrative privileges—which would put a damper on the handiness of the TrueCrypt integration—there are other features that make Geek.Menu worth a try. It's the little tweaks that make using the menu more enjoyable. The tray icon stays fixed to the edge of the tray, even as other icons appear and disappear. The menu includes support for multiple profiles for trusted and untrusted computer environments and for automatic application launches after activating the menu and scripts to be run on shut down. Additionally, there are quick launch icons for Google services and Wikipedia, and you can edit the quick icons under the advanced menu to change them to whatever you'd like. If the idea of launching your portable applications from a single menu sounds great but Geek.Menu sounds entirely too complicated, check out the radically more spartan launcher Porta'Menu.
Geek.Menu is a free download, Windows only. Thanks DeadPlayerWalking!