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AutoHotkey 1.1.34.04

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Name AutoHotkey
Version 1.1.34.04
Size 3.3MB
Category Software
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Price FREE
Publisher AutoHotkey Foundation LLC
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Update 14/09/2022 (1 week ago )
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Introduction about AutoHotkey

If you’re familiar with keyboard shortcuts, you’ve probably wished they could be more flexible then AutoHotkey is here for you. For example, if you use Excel on a daily basis, the ability to type “ctrl + b” and automatically get bold text would be a huge time-saver. If that sounds like something you’d like to try out for yourself, read on!

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It allows you to assign or reassign hotkeys (keyboard shortcuts) to perform almost any task

With AutoHotkey, you can assign a hotkey (keyboard shortcut) to perform just about any task on your computer.

You can use AutoHotkey to replace existing shortcuts or create new ones. For example, if you want Ctrl+Shift+F2 to be the same as F2 but only when in Notepad, then enter:

::Send {Ctrl Down}{Shift Down}{F2}!Notepad::Send {Ctrl Up}{Shift Up}

If you find yourself frequently switching between applications and need an easy way to move between them without using the mouse, this is what’s called a “macro.” It allows you to program a series of keystrokes that will repeat themselves over and over until someone stops them by pressing another key combination or by closing the window entirely. You could also use macros for other tasks such as launching programs or opening files quickly even though they’re buried deep within folders somewhere on your hard drive.

If no hotkey already exists, it allows you to create one to replace an existing key while on your computer

Any time you want to use the keyboard shortcut for a command, just press Ctrl+F (or whatever other hotkey you assigned).

This method is not as powerful as the second method because it is limited to replacing existing keys. However, this makes it easier for beginners because you can simply assign any unused letter or number key combination that does not already have another function.

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It works with all versions of Windows except 95.

AutoHotkey works on all versions of Windows, including Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. It also works with older versions of Windows such as 2000 and XP. The only exception is that it doesn’t run on 95/98/ME because those operating systems don’t support it.

The basic idea of AutoHotkey is that you can use keystrokes on your keyboard to execute things

The basic idea of AutoHotkey is that you can use keystrokes on your keyboard to execute things like mouse clicks, opening tabs and programs, and much more.

You might be wondering why it’s called AutoHotkey. For one thing, it’s because you can automate tasks so that they’re done automatically whenever certain conditions are met. For example: if I have a folder full of pictures I want to resize, I’d need to open each image in Photoshop individually and then save it as a different file (one at a time). With AutoHotkey, though…I could program my computer so that whenever I double-click on an image file inside my folder after midnight (when all good programmers are asleep), Photoshop will open up with a new document ready for me to resize the picture within seconds!

If this sounds confusing or not worth your time…don’t worry! It does take some practice before you get used to creating scripts with AutoHotkey but once you do start automating some tasks around your home office or workplace…you’ll wonder how people ever lived without them before now!

You can also create custom scripts with it using its own scripting language that is loosely based on C++ syntax

You can also create custom scripts with it using its own scripting language that is loosely based on C++ syntax. This allows you to automate tasks or create macros, if you wish. The best part about AutoHotkey is that all of this can be done without any knowledge of coding or programming languages.

AutoHotkey lets you define new keyboard shortcuts to perform different functions or actions

There are a lot of things you can do with AutoHotkey. It lets you define new keyboard shortcuts to perform different functions or actions, and it also allows you to write your own scripts.

A hotkey is a single key or combination of keys that can be pressed at any time, no matter what program is running on your computer. For example, Ctrl + F4 closes this window in Microsoft Word. Hotkeys are useful for keeping your hands on the keyboard so they don’t have to travel far from where they’re comfortable (the home row). But if you have an extended keystroke like Ctrl + Alt + Delete that turns off Windows, what happens when another program opens up while those keys are pressed?

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AutoHotkey Features

  • Automate almost anything by programming a computer to send keystrokes and mouse clicks.
  • Create keyboard, joystick, and mouse hotkeys.
  • Simulate the pressing of keys and mouse clicks.
  • Compile scripts into an executable file that can be run on computers that don’t have AutoHotkey installed.

AutoHotkey FAQS

How do I run AutoHotkey?

Download and install AutoHotkey. Then double-click the AHK icon on your desktop or in your Start menu to launch it.

Where can I find more information about AutoHotkey?

The official site for AutoHotkey is https://autohotkey.com/ . Here, you'll find links to downloads, documentation, and more. You can also download it from our site.

What is a hotkey?

A hotkey is a key combination that launches a program or opens an application window when pressed alone or with other keys (such as CTRL + ALT + F).

AutoHotkey Conclusion

AutoHotkey is a powerful tool for automating tasks on your computer. It allows you to assign or reassign hotkeys (keyboard shortcuts) to perform almost any task. If no hotkey already exists, it allows you to create one to replace an existing key while on your computer. The basic idea of AutoHotkey is that you can use keystrokes on your keyboard to execute things like mouse clicks, opening tabs and programs, and much more. You can also create custom scripts with it using its own scripting language that is loosely based on C++ syntax.

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