Shortcutor: Intuitive Shortcut Application for Windows 7

When it comes to computers, shortcuts can be very helpful. Anything that simplifies tasks and saves time is welcome. When we talk about saving time and making custom shortcuts, Shortcutor is one application you should try.

It is a small application that rests in the System Tray. It provides users with a considerable control over the shortcuts they wish to create. By default, the application allows you to adjust Volume Control, launch Internet Explorer, and Restart and Shutdown the computer through hotkeys. In addition to the pre-defined keys, you can also add custom commands to this application. For instance, you can add a command to launch Firefox by adding firefox.exe file path to the Command list. Then, you can register hotkeys with which you wish to launch this application from the the Short Cut list.

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It is fun to be able to add custom shortcuts in Windows. In this way, you do not have to worry about tracing your important applications. You can just assign them a custom shortcut and this tool will take care of the rest.

This application supports all versions of Windows, including Windows 7. Testing was carried out on Windows 7 x86 system.

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  • Jerry Lipman

    I can see how the shortcut launcher isusful but is there a way to use a keyboard shortcut to navigate to a package that is already open. If I use ctrl+Alt+T as a shortcut to opne it and then try to get back to the system using that again it tries to open another instance. Anything that you can recommend?