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If you find yourself using the same programs and navigating to the same folders over and over on your Windows computer, Evokeys can help you create your own hotkeys and automate many repetitive tasks.
Alright, so let’s say you have a programmable keyboard and you have a lot of spare keys that still have no use other than for gaming purposes (MMO’s, etc), then you can easily use Autohotkey to assign useful shortcuts
So, you want to become more productive? How about learning how to copy files from subfolders to one specific folder. This could possibly be a huge time-saver! Let’s get to it.
A lot of us are on our computers many hours, using many of the same mouse actions all day. Opening programs, files and websites can get tedious when repeated many times.
Working with archives seems pretty archaic nowadays, what with the need to use special software with limited browsing features. However, you can get a much better experience using the new MagicRAR, and in this article I’ll show you how to set it up and just what it can do.
AutoHotkey is a Windows scripting utility. It aids greatly with repetitive batch processing, for example, renaming and resizing a batch of pictures, etc.
Windows has a lot of built-in shortcuts, some of them will give you access to more context menu items and additional “send to” items.
If you have stored a lot of files in various subdirectories and you don’t have time to move them up manually which could take hours, you can use this command prompt trick to copy all files to a new folder and save a lot of time
Keeping two folders and all their files in sync can be useful in a lot of situations, and fortunately, it’s very easy to do that in Windows using Microsoft’s own free SyncToy utility.
Read this guide if you want to quickly locate text within files. With this tool you can find text in a matter of seconds
Running programs at startup in Windows is pretty easy, but there are actually several ways to do it, each of them being better suited for different purposes.
The Windows Task Scheduler has been around since the days of Windows XP, and most of the time it was just quietly sitting in the shadows, doing it’s job. Most users don’t know about it, but it’s quite a useful tool for automation.
If you want to add a “Copy To / Move To” option to your Windows 7 Right-Click Menu, follow this guide
If you want to copy command line output to the Windows clipboard directly, read this quick productivity tip