Since Logitech first started producing all kinds of multimedia keyboards, the keyboard has transformed into a console with all sorts of system functions from the original pure-text input tool. But most of our keyboards do not come with these convenient function keys, such as volume control keys, media play keys, etc. So is it possible to modify the default keyboard keys to support launching/calling the system functions? The answer is yes.
True Launch Bar (TLB for short) is a Quick Launch Bar enhancing software, which is specially developed to extend or even replace the traditional quick-launch toolbar of Windows. But you should be clear that, it is not a taskbar beautifier, instead, it is to take over the area of quick launch toolbar on taskbar. In other words, the scope it works is just the toolbar.
Almost every day we need to repeat copying/pasting operations countlessly, yet the Windows built-in clipboard can only hold one record every time, and disappears immediately after shutdown; Storing them in a plain text document does not support multimedia file formats; Using Office document instead, neither does that support shortcut link and other special formats, nor the multimedia typesetting format is easy to control in style; In particular, separating text content and media files is always not a good idea.
Mouse gestures became popular starting from the web browser, as one of important ways to improve browser's working efficiency. It can really save lots of trouble or repeated mouse, keyboard operations. In a similar way, if using mouse gestures for desktop environments, that will avoid more repetitive operations. Such as you need to enter into a deep folder frequently.
RK Launcher is a Mac OS X style dock simulation application, similar to Y'Z Dock, ObjectDock and RocketDock, namely fast call programs from computer (faster and easier than Windows shortcut), and have the function of replacing programs' appearance. After trying, RK Launcher is the best dock style emulator freeware, i think.
In normal conditions, we can only create shortcut in a folder, and send to the desktop at best, although Windows 7 supports "Pin to Taskbar" or "Pin to Start Menu", but this is only effective for applications, not for folders. So, is there any more powerful tool to achieve this? Folder2MyPC can add any shortcuts of folders, applications to the "My Computer" or "Control Panel", easy to use and free.