Type of Program: Utility
Supported Platforms: Win 9x/ME/NT/XP/2K
Company Name: InchWest
Version: 6
Price: $30
Installed Size: 1mb


Hotkeycontrol is a program for setting up hot keys for various windows functions or programs.

When you load the program for the first time, you are greeted by a little icon in your system tray. When double clicked it loads up the main window from which you can setup hotkeys for about anything. If you want to launch programs you simply set up a hotkey for it by browsing to the file you want to run then pressing the key combo you want.

If you want to setup shortcuts to shutdown the pc, or eject a cd, that's done basically the the same way only instead of browsing to a executable you just click the hotkey space for it then perform the key presses you want to do to activate that system command.

Everything in this one works the same way and while its not well explained by a wizard or any thing it wasn't hard to figure out and there is a user manual included which tells you how to do everything if you need it.

The price here is a on the high end but not too bad and the program does work pretty well over all.

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Reviewed by Cassidy

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