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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. Here's a quicker way to run certain Windows Defender tasks to keep your computer free of malware on Windows 10. Windows Defender is the security software that protects your PC against different types of malware, including viruses, spyware, and other kinds of malicious code that may cause harm to your device. Although you can choose from a slew of alternative antivirus software, Windows Defender has been improving over the years, and it has proven to be a robust security solution. You don't only get real-time protection and free updates, but for advanced users, there is even a command-line utility to manage and schedule custom tasks. Furthermore, you can also use the command-line utility to create scripts to quickly run certain tasks and keep your computer running smoothly. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to create different shortcuts using specific commands to run a full or quick virus scan with a single double-click. Plus, we'll show you a quick way to scan the Downloads folder for infected files without even having to open File Explorer. How to create a shortcut to do a full scan using Windows Defender Instead of opening up Windows Defender, you can use the following steps to create a shortcut to run a full virus scan on your computer: While on the desktop, right-click, and from the context menu select New, and click Shortcut. 2. Copy the following commands and paste it in the location of the item field, and click Next: "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MpCmdRun.exe" -Scan -ScanType 2 Or as an alternative, you can use the following command, which will start a full scan while opening the Windows Defender interface: "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe" -FullScan Also, you can use the same command but adding the -Hide switch to run the full scan with the Windows Defender interface minimized. "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe" -FullScan -Hide 3. Enter a custom name for the shortcut, such as "AV Full Scan" and click Finish. Right-click the shortcut and select Properties. Click the Change Icon button. In Change Icon, enter the following path and press Enter:: %ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe Select the Windows Defender icon and click OK. Click Apply. Click OK to complete the task. Once you completed the steps, simply double-click the shortcut to launch a full scan using Windows Defender. How to create a shortcut to do a quick scan using Windows Defender If you prefer, you can create a shortcut to do a quick malware scan on your computer with a single double-click with the following steps: While on the desktop, right-click, and from the context menu select New, and click Shortcut. Copy the following commands and paste it in the location of the item field, and click Next: "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MpCmdRun.exe" -Scan -ScanType 1 Or as an alternative, you can use the following command, which will start a quick scan while opening the Windows Defender interface: "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe" -QuickScan You can use the same command but adding the -Hide switch to run the quick scan with the Windows Defender interface minimized. "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe" -QuickScan -Hide Enter a custom name for the shortcut, such as "AV Quick Scan" and click Finish. Right-click the shortcut and select Properties. Click the Change Icon button. In Change Icon, enter the following path and press Enter: %ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe Select the Windows Defender icon and click OK. Click Apply. Click OK to complete the task. Once you completed the steps, simply double-click the shortcut to launch a quick virus scan using Windows Defender. Bonus: How to quickly scan Downloads folder for malware If you usually download a lot of files from the internet, instead of doing a full scan, you can setup a batch file to scan only the Downloads folder on-demand to make sure you didn't download any file that can harm your computer. Open Notepad. Copy and paste the following commands: "%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\MpCmdRun.exe" -Scan -ScanType 3 -File %userprofile%\Downloads @pause Click on File. Click on Save as. Pick a descriptive name, such Scan_Downloads, and append the .bat file extension. Now simply double-click the Scan_Downloads.bat file to begin the scan on the Downloads folder. If the scan return code is 0, the no malware has been found, or it was successfully removed. And if the scan returns code is 1, then a malware was found and couldn't be cleaned. It's worth pointing out that you're not limited to scan the Downloads folder, you can always change the folder path %userprofile%\Downloads on step 2 and replace it with the location you want to do a quick scan for malware. Remember that the Windows Defender command-line utility (MpCmdRun.exe) includes a number of features you can use to get even more creative. While we're focusing this guide on Windows 10, these instructions should also work with previous versions of the operating system, including Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. Guide source
  7. I am on a quest. A quest to completely abandon the mouse and do all of my computer tasks solely using Firefox keyboard shortcuts. Using the mouse has always felt kind of awkward for me and it kind of abruptly interrupts the flow of my work when I am on a roll typing away. So for the past couple of weeks, I have been researching keyboard shortcuts for Firefox and here they are. They all work as they have been tested beforehand. Now the trick is to remember them all! FIREFOX KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS CTRL + T: Opens a new tab. CTRL + R: Reloads the current tab. CTRL + H: View your browsing history in a sidebar CTRL + J: Opens your Firefox download manager CTRL + TAB: Moves to the next tab. CTRL + SHIFT + TAB: Moves to the previous tab. CTRL + Z: Undo last action CTRL + SHIFT + Z: Redo last action CTRL + ENTER: Auto-complete URL to .com CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER: Auto-complete URL to .org CTRL + SHIFT + T: Restore the last closed tab CTRL + number: Change to the tab with this number CTRL + F4: Close the current tab CTRL + N: Opens a new Firefox window CTRL + S: Download the current webpage page as a HTML file CTRL + L: Highlights the URL in the browser address bar CTRL + HYPHEN: Decrease text size on the webpage CTRL + PLUS: Increase text size on the webpage CTRL + D: Add webpage to bookmarks ALT + Home: Loads your start page. ALT + F4: Close the browser window SHIFT + ENTER: Auto-complete URL to .net F5: Reload the current tab F11: Go full screen / normal screen Space: Scroll down the page ESC: Stop Source CTRL + P: to send it to the printer. CTRL + W: to shut down the tab.
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