Although Hi-Launcher is a Start Menu replacement, there are a few configurations in which they can work together:
- If you're using the Start button tap trigger, you can switch to any other trigger type (hard button press or screen gesture) to release the button instanly. As a result, tapping on the button will open the original Start Menu, while pressing the selected hard button or drawing a screen gesture will bring Hi-Launcher's Menu to screen.
- You may, however, stay with the Start button tap trigger setting. Just set the Default option in the Display Options > Triggers tab > Double trigger-press setting. This way, the first time you tap on the button, Hi-Launcher's Menu will show up, and by pressing it again, the original Start Menu will take its place.
- On Windows Mobile 6.5, even if you use the Start button tap trigger, you can still access the original Start Screen: tapping on the button will trigger Hi-Launcher, while tapping to the right of it will open the original Start Screen.