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AutoHotkey – Ultimate scripting language for Windows desktop automation

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AutoHotkey (originally called AutoHotkey_L) is a free and open-source desktop automation scripting language developed based on the syntax of AutoIt, written by Chris Mallett and Steve Gray from Germany. AutoHotkey was designed to simplify a variety of repetitive tasks with one click, the tasks on Windows can be: launch programs, open URLs, fill out web forms, login website accounts, automatically click mouse, record macros, etc.

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moveAddict – Take Windows’ Ctril+C/X/V shortcuts to Mac OS X

Mac OS uses the method of drag & drop to achieve the function of cut/paste files by default. As to keyboard shortcuts operation, it only supports for simple content such as text or image, and is invalid to the Finder file manager. But many users turned to Mac OS X from Windows have been accustomed to use shortcuts to operate computer, as a result, this undoubtedly becomes very inconvenient (under Windows, Ctril + C/X/V is so efficient).

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DropIt – Automatically organize messy files, folders with drag & drop

DropIt is called the automated file sorting edge tool. It allows to automatically perform as many as 20 common operations for messy files/folders, such as Move, Copy, Compress, Extract, Rename, Delete, Encrypt, Decrypt, Open With, Send by Mail, Create Shortcut, Copy to Clipboard, Change Properties, and so on.

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Go GodMode – Add any Windows control settings to context menu

Before using Go GodMode, you’d better know what is God Mode (Windows Master Control Panel shortcut, All Tasks folder)? If you want to make the God Mode appeared. Try to create a folder with name “God Mode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}“.

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