Create keyboard shortcuts you can remember with SlickRun

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It's all about saving time. There is so much to do, and so little time to get it all done, that anything that can give you even a slight advantage will probably be worth adding to your routine. There are all kinds of tools out there that can help give you a leg up, but so often the learning curve can be pretty steep. Sure, in the long run you may save time, but only at the cost of today's productivity. What you need is something that will help you out, but not stress you out.

SlickRun is a command line shortcut tool with a difference. Rather than being a hotkey program, where you have to remember complicated keystroke sequences like [Control] + [Alt] + [Shift] + G, you can set it so that just typing "Google" at the prompt will start your default web browser and open your favorite search engine.

SlickRun is a Windows app and runs under Win2k or later. It requires the Delphi runtime library, which will be automatically downloaded at install time if needed.

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