Changing a years-old habit is never easy, especially when it’s about the most basic actions you perform hundreds or even thousands of times on your computer every single day. However, there are things that may help you change your familiar ways of getting things done. Click.to is one of those things!
Click.to is a unique kind of software, a program that transforms pretty much everything you see on the screen into a hyperlink. With Click.to, you can get from A to B using the shortest route, thus saving time and effort that were once spent on unnecessary routines. A selected text fragment can be easily converted to PDF, emailed, posted to Facebook, Twitter, pasted into an Excel spreadsheet — all with a single click of your mouse! Just select an object, point your mouse cursor at it, wait for the Click.to menu to appear and make your selection. The same principle works for images, files and many other objects on your PC. Click.to eliminates the unnecessary elements of the long chain of actions that were once needed to manipulate information and presents you with an efficient, elegant and time-saving method of managing information. In short, Click.to is a configurable shortcut to many applications, websites or services. But it’s a lot more than that — it adds style and natural comfort to every single task you perform with its help.
If you don’t mind trying something new and becoming a more efficient PC user, you should definitely try Click.to! The program is absolutely free and takes mere seconds to download and install.
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