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  1. blueorchid

    FastKeys v4.23

    FastKeys v4.23 (more screenshots: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/screenshots.html) About FastKeys: FastKeys is an easy-to-use Windows automation tool and Text Expander. It allows you to build your own text abbreviations, start menus, shortcuts and commands to run files, open web-pages, send macros or automate anything. It is incredibly powerful yet simple to use. Key Features: Powerful strings abbreviations in Text Expander to save you hours of typing. Type out a couple of letters, and the program replaces it with a whole word or paragraph or even simulates key presses. Great productivity tool. Personalized Start Menu. Use Start Menu to start any activity on you computer. Just touch the screen edge to call the menu - it is always there and is fully adaptable to your needs. Keyboard or mouse Shortcuts to do just about anything with a keystroke. Run programs, open files and folders, open sites or use powerful scripts to automate Windows desktop and applications. Intelligent Auto Complete word and phrase prediction utility with learning capability. Many language databases are already included. Great time saver. It can also be used as versatile launcher. Simple and amazing Mouse Gestures lets you perform common tasks or execute complex actions. Just hold down a mouse button (usually a right one) and move the mouse. Changelog v4.23: Space added as a selection key, Start Menu improvements, New settings in Enterprise Edition, Updated translations, Small improvements and bug fixes. (Version history) Links: Homepage: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/index.html Download: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup.exe Portable: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup_Portable.exe Keygen (Fastkeys 3.0x Keygen Team SnD): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9585842/FK_3_KG.7z.html Password: Comments: The medicine still works for this version. If you like this piece of software, show the devs some support any buy it.
  2. Add shortcuts to the toolbar and context menu in File Explorer using StExBar Windows may have evolved over the years but the file explorer that ships with it has not evolved all that much. We have seen plenty of replacement File Managers like Altap Salamander, Multi Commander, or Double Commander, and optional plugins like QTTabBar in the past. Today, we're going to take a look at StExBar; it is an open source program from Stefans tools, and the name probably stands for Stefans Explorer Bar. We mentioned the program back in 2009 as a way to extend Windows Explorer by adding filter options to it. Stexbar is available for all versions of Windows starting with Windows Vista. It is compatible with all Windows Explorer and File Explorer versions. Stexbar for Windows Review StExBar is a toolbar that enables useful shortcuts and options in Explorer. Once you have installed the application you can enable it by opening Explorer and selecting View > Options > StExBar. It is visible right below the Explorer's address bar by default and you may need a bit of time to get used to the new toolbar. You can use the Show System Files and the Show Extensions options to hide/show hidden files and file extensions in Explorer with a single-click of the mouse. The options are available natively as well but you need to go into the settings to toggle them. The Console and PowerShell buttons are shortcuts for "open a Command Prompt window here" and "open a Powershell window here", respectively. The Copy Names option is a handy shortcut for copying the names of a bunch of files and folders that you select to the Clipboard. There is a similar button called Copy Paths which can quickly copy the location of every file and folder that you select. The two copy commands can be useful if you are comparing two sets of folders or files, want to keep a record of the content for organizing your hard drive, or for other purposes. The Rename tool lets you rename multiple files and folders at once and it supports regular expressions which sets it apart from the built-in rename option. StExBar supports a handy move to sub-folder button to move files into subfolders and even create these folders if you choose that option. The filter search field at the right end of the toolbar filters the available files and folders based on the string that you type. You need to select Filter in the options to enable that functionality. Keyboard shortcuts and Custom Commands Click on the “Options” button at the far left on the toolbar to toggle the button text to reduce the size of toolbar elements; handy for the next feature. You can add your own commands and shortcuts to the toolbar using StExBar to add programs to it to run them with a click. Another option that you find here is to map and use shortcuts to run various commands, e.g. Ctrl + Shift + H (for Show system files) or Ctrl + M (open CMD). The option to add custom commands adds links to programs to the toolbar. You could create a link to Microsoft Paint or your favorite image editor to run the program with a click. Adding custom commands is quite easy: Select a name for the program. The name is displayed on the toolbar. Pick an icon if you want. If you don't select an icon a default icon is used. The Command line field points to the executable file. Start In is optional. Hotkey maps a custom shortcut to the command. Conditions when to show the icon. Note: There are various placeholders available for the Command line Option which you can use. You can view the options by hovering the cursor over the field or by accessing the help section. There are several conditions which you can set as well. Click ok and you will see the new shortcut on the toolbar. Similarly, you can edit or remove other shortcuts and separators from the toolbar. Can I add favorite folders to the toolbar? Yes, it’s easy. Follow this format: explorer.exe "C:\folder_name". Replace C with the drive the folder is located in, and “folder_name” with the actual name of the directory. Give it a name and paste it in the “Command line prompt”. This will add the folder as an icon to the toolbar and clicking on it will open the folder in a new explorer window. You may add any folder that you want to the toolbar, e.g. the downloads folder as shown on the screenshot below. Context Menu StExBar adds its own context menu and it lists all the shortcuts from the toolbar readily available with a right-click of the mouse. Closing Words StExBar is a useful program for Windows users that like the idea of having a toolbar attached to Explorer that provides them with options to launch programs and run some commands. I find the filter options very useful that Martin mentioned in 2009. The application works in Windows Vista and above. You can also try Easy Context Menu, if you want an alternative. As someone who often tinkers with factory images, custom ROMs and rooting on my phones, I frequently use ADB tools. And for this I rely on the command prompt. Since I'm constantly downloading/testing new applications and capturing screenshots, I need to open certain folders to access or save the content. The shortcuts feature of StExBar is very useful for that purpose. Source: Add shortcuts to the toolbar and context menu in File Explorer using StExBar (gHacks)
  3. blueorchid

    FastKeys v4.21

    FastKeys v4.21 (more screenshots: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/screenshots.html) About FastKeys: FastKeys is an easy-to-use Windows automation tool and Text Expander. It allows you to build your own text abbreviations, start menus, shortcuts and commands to run files, open web-pages, send macros or automate anything. It is incredibly powerful yet simple to use. Key Features: Powerful strings abbreviations in Text Expander to save you hours of typing. Type out a couple of letters, and the program replaces it with a whole word or paragraph or even simulates key presses. Great productivity tool. Personalized Start Menu. Use Start Menu to start any activity on you computer. Just touch the screen edge to call the menu - it is always there and is fully adaptable to your needs. Keyboard or mouse Shortcuts to do just about anything with a keystroke. Run programs, open files and folders, open sites or use powerful scripts to automate Windows desktop and applications. Intelligent Auto Complete word and phrase prediction utility with learning capability. Many language databases are already included. Great time saver. It can also be used as versatile launcher. Simple and amazing Mouse Gestures lets you perform common tasks or execute complex actions. Just hold down a mouse button (usually a right one) and move the mouse. Changelog v4.21: AutoText import, Multiple monitor support improved, Updated translations, Several small improvements Bug fixes. (Version history) Links: Homepage: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/index.html Download: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup.exe Portable: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup_Portable.exe Keygen (Fastkeys 3.0x Keygen Team SnD): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9585842/FK_3_KG.7z.html Password: Comments: The medicine still works for this version. If you like this piece of software, show the devs some support any buy it.
  4. blueorchid

    FastKeys v4.20

    FastKeys v4.20 (more screenshots: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/screenshots.html) About FastKeys: FastKeys is an easy-to-use Windows automation tool and Text Expander. It allows you to build your own text abbreviations, start menus, shortcuts and commands to run files, open web-pages, send macros or automate anything. It is incredibly powerful yet simple to use. Key Features: Powerful strings abbreviations in Text Expander to save you hours of typing. Type out a couple of letters, and the program replaces it with a whole word or paragraph or even simulates key presses. Great productivity tool. Personalized Start Menu. Use Start Menu to start any activity on you computer. Just touch the screen edge to call the menu - it is always there and is fully adaptable to your needs. Keyboard or mouse Shortcuts to do just about anything with a keystroke. Run programs, open files and folders, open sites or use powerful scripts to automate Windows desktop and applications. Intelligent Auto Complete word and phrase prediction utility with learning capability. Many language databases are already included. Great time saver. It can also be used as versatile launcher. Simple and amazing Mouse Gestures lets you perform common tasks or execute complex actions. Just hold down a mouse button (usually a right one) and move the mouse. Changelog v4.20: Description prefix enabled in Checkbox selections, Policy Manager update (Enterprise Edition) - team usage statistics, Turkish translation (Thanks Salih), Updated translations, Other improvements and bug fixes. (Version history) Links: Homepage: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/index.html Download: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup.exe Portable: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup_Portable.exe Keygen (Fastkeys 3.0x Keygen Team SnD): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9585842/FK_3_KG.7z.html Password: Comments: The medicine still works for this version. If you like this piece of software, show the devs some support any buy it.
  5. blueorchid

    FastKeys v4.19

    FastKeys v4.19 (more screenshots: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/screenshots.html) About FastKeys: FastKeys is an easy-to-use Windows automation tool and Text Expander. It allows you to build your own text abbreviations, start menus, shortcuts and commands to run files, open web-pages, send macros or automate anything. It is incredibly powerful yet simple to use. Key Features: Powerful strings abbreviations in Text Expander to save you hours of typing. Type out a couple of letters, and the program replaces it with a whole word or paragraph or even simulates key presses. Great productivity tool. Personalized Start Menu. Use Start Menu to start any activity on you computer. Just touch the screen edge to call the menu - it is always there and is fully adaptable to your needs. Keyboard or mouse Shortcuts to do just about anything with a keystroke. Run programs, open files and folders, open sites or use powerful scripts to automate Windows desktop and applications. Intelligent Auto Complete word and phrase prediction utility with learning capability. Many language databases are already included. Great time saver. It can also be used as versatile launcher. Simple and amazing Mouse Gestures lets you perform common tasks or execute complex actions. Just hold down a mouse button (usually a right one) and move the mouse. Changelog v4.19: Engine upgrade to AutoHotkey 1.1.30 Calculator improvements Auto Complete prefixes Updated translations Several other improvements and bug fixes (Version history) Links: Homepage: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/index.html Download: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup.exe Portable: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup_Portable.exe Keygen (Fastkeys 3.0x Keygen Team SnD): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9585842/FK_3_KG.7z.html Password: Comments: The medicine still works for this version. If you like this piece of software, show the devs some support any buy it.
  6. Screen Time is also headed for macOS 10.15, a report says. Enlarge / A few examples of "Shortcuts" that can be applied to Siri with iOS 12. Apple According to a report at 9to5mac citing people familiar with Apple’s plans, several iOS features will come to the Mac in macOS 10.15. First and foremost among these is Shortcuts, the automation application that Apple built out of its acquisition of Workflow. The app, support for which was introduced in iOS 12, allows iPhone and iPad users to define steps for their devices to perform when they deliver certain user-definable Siri voice commands, tap user-created home screen icons, and so on. Shortcuts is tightly integrated with Siri, and it was positioned by Apple as a way to make Siri much more powerful than it has been previously. Third-party app developers could develop their own Shortcuts and accompanying Siri commands that could be accessed across the operating system. According to the report, Shortcuts will be supported in the next version of macOS, but as with iOS, it may require users to download an application not included with the OS by default in order to create custom Shortcuts. Further, the report suggests that Shortcuts will work only with Marzipan apps. Marzipan is Apple’s ongoing project to make development of apps that work across both iOS and macOS easier. Last year’s major macOS release, 10.14 Mojave, included a few Apple-made apps using Marzipan like Apple News and Stocks, but it has not been made widely available to third-party developers yet. Another macOS app called Automator has existed for a long time and performed some similar functions to Shortcuts, and it’s unclear what will happen to Automator when Shortcuts arrives. However, the fact that only Marzipan apps will work with macOS Shortcuts may offer a clue. Apple is unlikely to remove Automator if Shortcuts can’t replace it for numerous apps on users’ systems. The result may be a somewhat confusing period in which the apps exist side by side, doing slightly different things for different apps. It’s likely Apple will encourage developers to make most future macOS apps Marzipan apps, so over time, the ecosystem could eventually reach the point that it makes sense to drop Automator. 9to5Mac’s sources also say that Screen Time, another major iOS 12 feature, will arrive on macOS 10.15. Screen Time allows users to see reports about how much time they’re spending on their devices, and in which apps. It also lets you define time limits and other restrictions for either yourself or your kids. Currently, the Screen Time app for iOS collects data across all your iOS devices together in your reports. By adding macOS support, Apple will give users a more complete picture of their habits and usage of their computing devices. It’s likely both the Screen Time and Shortcuts apps for macOS will be Marzipan apps. Finally, the report says that macOS 10.15 will additionally include a revamped Settings panel for managing your Apple user ID and managing features like Family Sharing and Messages features from iOS, like the confetti that appears when you congratulate someone. macOS 10.15 will be revealed during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in early June, with a public release to follow sometime in the fall of this year. Source: New automation features are coming to macOS in Shortcuts—but not for every app (Ars Technica) Poster's note: To view the article's image slideshows, please visit the above link.
  7. blueorchid

    FastKeys v4.17

    FastKeys v4.17 (more screenshots: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/screenshots.html) About FastKeys: FastKeys is an easy-to-use Windows automation tool and Text Expander. It allows you to build your own text abbreviations, start menus, shortcuts and commands to run files, open web-pages, send macros or automate anything. It is incredibly powerful yet simple to use. Key Features: Powerful strings abbreviations in Text Expander to save you hours of typing. Type out a couple of letters, and the program replaces it with a whole word or paragraph or even simulates key presses. Great productivity tool. Personalized Start Menu. Use Start Menu to start any activity on you computer. Just touch the screen edge to call the menu - it is always there and is fully adaptable to your needs. Keyboard or mouse Shortcuts to do just about anything with a keystroke. Run programs, open files and folders, open sites or use powerful scripts to automate Windows desktop and applications. Intelligent Auto Complete word and phrase prediction utility with learning capability. Many language databases are already included. Great time saver. It can also be used as versatile launcher. Simple and amazing Mouse Gestures lets you perform common tasks or execute complex actions. Just hold down a mouse button (usually a right one) and move the mouse. Changelog v4.17: Added more detailed popup position settings Added Import to Auto Complete Added Auto Complete case sensitive option Optimized Quick Find window Improved error reporting Enhanced Enterprise Edition features Updated translations Several small improvements and bug fixes (Version history) Links: Homepage: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/index.html Download: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup.exe Portable: https://www.fastkeysautomation.com/download/FastKeys_Setup_Portable.exe Keygen (Fastkeys 3.0x Keygen Team SnD): Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/9585842/FK_3_KG.7z.html Password: Comments: The medicine still works for this version.
  8. straycat19

    Database of Program Shortcuts

    This site offers a database of shortcuts for many different programs. If keyboard shortcuts are your thing you need to check this out. Site
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