NOTE: There is a newer version of Keybreeze available at https://www.keybreeze.com.
Keybreeze lets you perform a variety of tasks from a hotkey-activated, command-line toolbar. Press a hotkey on your keyboard. Then type a few letters and press Enter to open programs and websites, search websites such as Google or Wikipedia, paste custom text into text fields, create sticky notes and set reminders, automate actions with macros, perform multiline calculations, keep windows on top of other windows, and more.
- Open files, folders, and websites.
- Search websites.
- Paste custom text into text fields.
- Automate actions with macros.
- Create notes; set reminders.
Love this tool - easy to use, quick, and does everything I need !! Some pages on the website are broken, so info is a little thin, but it's pretty intuitive. Been trying to get hold of the developer for a few days, as I made some edits to the source - no response yet... .. KJ
I have tried several different launchers, including Launchy. But Keybreeze beats them, hand down. The feature that is the most useful is the ability to custom name each launch item. Thereby, you can custom design your launch conventions. I have used Keybreeze extensively with Autohotkeys. This combination has made my life, and workday, much simpler. Congratulations to a great project!