Computerize Your Assets - a super-convenient tool for creating complete home inventories Most people really don’t know what they own. Things come and go, get broken, lost or left on dusty shelves for good. But have you ever given a thought to calculating the net worth of your assets? Have you ever wondered how useful it would be to have a complete list of your stuff? Have you even applied for insurance and did not have the foggiest about the combined cost of your
Wouldnt it be just great to do all (or almost all) of our computer tasks with just a single keystroke or click of the mouse and not have to wonder through a million of clicks on the Start menu?
Check this out: From this moment on, to look at a collection of your new photos, run an office application or your favorite computer game, search the Web or listen to your favorite artist, all youd have to do is just hit a magic keystroke, type a couple characters off its name, and then hit ENTER. Doesnt that impress?
It did impress me! Besides, the only thing youd have to do to bring a piece of that magic to your computer is download and install the latest version of Launch Pivot.
With Launch Pivot, the file search and application launch will no longer bore you; with just a couple of characters entered, you can find what you need in a glance. Want to zoom in the found object? Just place the mouse pointer over it. Right-click on that object, and get a great choice of actions applicable to it. While this launcher utility sits in the tray and doesnt bother you, you can search the Internet (for news, videos, images, maps, books etc.) from any other application by simply selecting the search text and then hitting the search hotkey. And the built-in scheduler will let you automatically launch a variety of search-and-run task at specified times.
Even if you have played enough and want to shut the computer down, rush to close Launch Pivot. The row of extra buttons by the status bar will let you lock, stand-by or shutdown the computer right there, and, certainly, with a single click.
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