Launch Pad was an alternative to the Macintosh desktop developed by Berkeley Systems in late 1994. It provided a simple environment for users to help them to work without supervision. Launch Pad sits on top of the Finder desktop, providing a simple area oriented graphical user interface in which applications and documents are represented by icons and large buttons. Aside from its security features, its interface and basic functionality was very similar to KidDesk. I used to enjoy using that builtin program on my Windows 95 Aptiva IBM.