Your daily work is a multitasking and often you need some documents, folders or some application frequently. Then you have to open them again and again manually. But you can save time and effort by assigning a hotkey to quickly accessing them. You can assign your own custom hotkeys to an application, folder, or file so that it can be opened with a minimum of effort.
You might try a free little utility called “WinHotKey”.
WinHotKey is a small but powerful tool that lets you assign hotkeys at a global level. Just download this utility from Sofpedia by clicking here. It’s size is only 826MB and it can run on 32 as well as 64 bit operating system.
Once you've install this application, you'll see a list of hotkeys that have already been configured for your system in it.
You can download this application by clicking here.
- To create a hotkey, click the tab "New Hotkey..."
- A new dialog box will open in which there are following options –
- Write the description of this hotkey.
- There are four keys Alt, Shift, Ctrl and Windows, from which you can select the combination you want.
- Now Select a hotkey from “Along with the key” option.
- Select the task for which you want to assign this hotkey from the option below “I want WinHotKey to:”
- Select the path of this program, file or folder by clicking “Browse” button.
- Finally click “Ok”.
In WinHotKey, you'll see a list of hotkeys that have already been configured. Don’t change them or delete them.