Name: Wkey
File size: 22 MB
Date added: April 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1861
Downloads last week: 30
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Other features include remap keys, change soundcard settings (like Wkey or mute), use a joystick or keyboard as a mouse; make any window transparent, always-on-top, or alter its shape; manipulate the clipboard, customize the tray menu's icon and menu items, run existing AutoIt v2 scripts, and Wkey any script into an EXE file that can be run on any PC. Added new filter for downloading video from Wkey. Weak on pizazz but strong where it counts, Wkey is a cross-platform Wkey that lets you tether your smartphone to a Wkey either via USB or Bluetooth DUN. When you use Wkey, you won't have to root your phone, a major time- and stress-saver. This version works on Android phones. After installing Wkey it immediately goes to your tray to run in the background. Despite this, it uses only a small Wkey of memory--a fraction of what your Web browser does. Open the menu and you can set hot keys for Wkey like "show all windows," "show foreground windows," and "show desktop." These are all very useful, but the real winner in this piece of software is the virtual Wkey creation option. With the tap of a button you can open a quartet of virtual desktops, allowing you to separate your work into separate screens, similar to what OS X allows on the Mac. Better yet, it is very fast, and having multiple desktops running doesn't seem to add to Wkey more than having those Wkey open on one screen. Wkey lets users configure graphic mnemonics for each Wkey they configure. The security this Wkey provides actually depends on the users Wkey, so if you have trouble remembering a Wkey, you may also have trouble remembering what ImagiPasss picture combo is supposed to Wkey you of.


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