BeSH is an application launcher that helps those users who don't want to get their hands away from the keyboard, to do a lot of things (such as opening programs or opening urls) as fast as it takes to type the first 2 or 3 letters of what they want to do.
Probably the best application I've ever seen... It rulez... If you hate loosing time in microsoft's stupid menus to reach for example the local connection settings, you make a shortcut inside a specified folder called besh and then you "call" it(you open it) by typing "conn", the first few letters of the shortcut... Same way you can open: word, calculator, paint, outlook, photoshop, cmd, ANY folder you like, firefox, google for something by typing: google "something", go to a certain path i.e. c:\program files or to a certain page like www.yahoo.com and generally do whatever you like without taking your hands from keyboard... Unsubstitutable especially if you use touch typing! Plus you can copy the folder with your shortcuts in a usb stick and use it in every single pc you like instantly, without any installation or whatsoever...What else could someone possibly ask from a program that only takes less than 2MB in ram??? Ehmm, maybe a version for linux too...?