Executor – Quickly call out your programs

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Executor is an enhanced Windows command line program, the usage is very simple, directly enter the name of a program you need to run in the dialog box, such as “Firefox“, “Chrome” and so on, then it will be run directly.

Above all, Executor has the powerful custom function, so that you can directly define your most frequently used applications and web pages into it, or even simply drag and drop them to the “Keywords” interface of Executor setup, which is extremely convenient.

After I found this Executor, just alone with its less memory consumption than Launchy, I think it is worthy enough to recommend it to you. There may be readers who want to say “So, what about TypeAndRun?”. My answer is – TypeAndRun has stopped update for a long time, we need to switch to the updating faster and more powerful one – Executor.

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