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Every day we have to launch various programs, visit websites and open frequently used folders, and the conventional way is to launch them one by one with a single click. In this era of efficiency, we can use Wise Hotkey to launch programs, open folders and browse websites with one click, and switch between different programs quickly, and even customize shortcuts to make the operation more convenient.

The main interface of Wise Hotkey is very simple, and the software has built-in Alt+number key shortcuts for launching programs, folders and websites by default. We just need to add them according to our needs. For example, for some system hidden folders, you need to unhide them and system properties to access them every time you visit them, now you can add them to shortcuts to access them.

For example, if you need to access the c:recovery directory quickly, first set the folder view to show hidden files and folders and drives, and uncheck the box before “Hide protected OS files (recommended)” (Figure 1).


Figure 1 Folder View Settings

Click “+” in the Wise Hotkey interface, switch to Folders in the opened window, click “Add Folder”, and then add the c:recovery directory to the list. Then add the c:recovery directory to the list. As above, enter the folder view settings to revert to the default protection settings, so that you can open the c:recovery directory whenever you press Alt+1 in the future (Figure 2).


Figure 2 Adding a folder

Besides launching programs, Wise Hotkey can also use shortcut keys to switch programs quickly. For example, Alt+3 is to start Notepad, so press Alt+3 at any time to quickly switch to the running Notepad program (Figure 3).


Figure 3 Quickly switch programs

Of course, in addition to the built-in shortcuts, we can set various shortcuts according to our actual needs. For example, if you want to use Alt+B to open the Baidu website, click any of the Add Shortcut buttons, switch to “URL→Add”, enter添加到快捷键列表, and then click the Shortcut button and press Alt+B directly to set the shortcut key as Alt+B, so that In the future, we can open Baidu quickly by pressing this shortcut key (Figure 4).


Figure 4 Adding shortcut keys

Because Wise Hotkey can use custom shortcut keys to access folders, programs and URLs, we can use shortcut keys to access those protected files flexibly, for example, you can set the directory where you save private files as system, hidden properties and place it to c:windowssystem32 directory, or add web pages with long URLs (or programs with long paths) to a shortcut key, so that you can access them later with a single click.

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