KbStart is a keyboard program launcher, forget your Start menu. Find and launch programs, emails, and web pages with a few keystrokes. Powerful abbreviation engine assists by instantly finding existing items.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:29
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: KbStart provides lightning fast keyboard access to numerous resources by just by entering short abbreviations. These resources include the Windows Start Menu, Outlook Address Book, Web Favorites, Control Panels, and others.
The abbreviations can match any character in the items name. For example you can type OEX to launch Outlook Express.
KbStart uses a very powerful, adaptive abbreviation search algorithm that allows you to enter any imaginable abbreviation of the searched item.
o Accessing numerous resources by entering short abbreviations
o Quick activation using a system wide hotkey
o Ultra fast, adaptive search algorithm: Learns from the user's habits
o Easy installation: Automated setup management and an extensive default setup allows KbStart use "out of the box"
The free, built in, evaluation license is sufficient for occasional use. It allows you to access a maximum of 7 different items per session. Those items can be accessed as often as you like, and even if you exceed the session limit you may still open 10 further items.
The KbStart License is available for USD $12.95 per seat..
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