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Looking for a good shortcut manager for your Windows machine? Check out Shortcuttor, which gives you easy shortcutting management. ...
Veronica checks it out on today's Tekzilla Daily.
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Customize Your PC's Shortcuts - Tekzilla Daily Tip
Welcome to Tekzilla Daily. I’m Veronica Belmont. I love shortcuts. They give you a quick way to achieve your common tasks without having to dig curlers of menus. So, what could possibly be better than shortcuts? How about Shortcutter? Available for free at Cudasoft.com, Shortcutter provides the simple interface to manage your window shortcuts. They even provide a few simple on in spite default like Alt+Up and Alt-Down to adjust the volume with Alt+End to toggle mute.
Alt+G will launch Google and Alt+Scroll Lock will restart your machine so don’t hit that one by accident. They even provide the ability to add new shortcuts. For example, to set a shortcut that launches Tweet Deck, just double click the name field, type tweet deck, double click the command field and paste the link to that program. Then double click the shortcut field and type the preferred shortcut. For example, Alt+T.
That’s all there is to it. Now, you can just press Alt+T to launch Tweet deck. So if you’re looking for an easy way to manage and create shortcuts give Shortcutter a try.
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