There are various ways you can launch applications from our PC. One option is to create a shortcut on our desktop, another is to launch via the Start Menu or from the shortcut area within the Taskbar. However, there must be a more innovative way of launching applications, particularly applications that we don't launch very often? You would have thought Microsoft or Apple would have created a system where you can assign keywords to your favourite applications, to launch them more quickly.
Executor 0.91b is such a system. It's a simple text entry search-type bar where you can enter keywords. Many of the words have already been assigned to applications by the developer. For instance entering 'ie' launches Internet Explorer, whilst 'display' will start the Display Properties box. You can assign your own keywords and the software will auto-complete, so you only have to enter the first few words to find your desired application.
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