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HotKeyMan: Create Global Hotkeys For Frequently Used Actions Share
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Hotkeys provide users with an easy way to perform routine mouse-intensive tasks such as creating a new folder, moving and copying files and folders, launching and quitting running applications etc. If you love using a keyboard instead of a mouse, we recommend giving HotKeyMan a shot. It’s a small application for Windows that lets you create custom global keyboard shortcuts for frequently performed actions and tasks. Using this application, you can easily create shortcut keys to maximize and minimize the active window, quit/close active application window, capture the entire screen, capture active window, open selected file or application, visit specified websites, shutdown and log off Windows, and send keystrokes to the active application. Furthermore, it shows the currently active hotkey combinations over the system notification area to help you remember them. Details to follow after the break.

By default, the program features keyboard shortcuts to minimize active windows, maximize/restore active window, save screen capture and open notepad, but you can click Setup more hotkeys button to create new hotkeys and associate them with frequently performed actions and tasks.

Setup Hotkeyman

The Settings console lets you create new hotkeys, and edit, as well as delete the existing ones. Just click the New Hotkey button at the top left corner and associate action with a new hotkey.

Settings

To view which keyboard shortcuts are currently active, click its system tray icon and select Show Hotkeys. It will immediately list down all the currently active hotkey combinations.

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The application works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

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