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The Shortcut King: Active Keys

Windows lets you create your own keyboard shortcuts for launching applications (just right-click the app's icon on the Start menu, choose Properties, and enter your keys of choice in the Shortcut Key box under the Shortcut tab). But for real control, check out Active Keys, an easy-to-use utility that assigns keyboard shortcuts to actions you never thought were keyboardable, such as repositioning a window to a specific corner of the screen, pasting the date and time, emptying the Recycle Bin, and changing your media player's sound volume. The program costs $20; the trial version is at the creator's site.

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