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hotkey

The key or key combination that causes some function to occur in the computer, no matter what else is currently running. It is commonly used to activate a memory-resident (TSR) program.
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Optionally, for virtualized environments, Amulet Hotkey provides PCoIP hardware offload processing power to significantly improve the frames per second and GPU density performance delivered to the end point while ensuring a consistent user experience at all times.
The program simply turns off mouse lock as soon as the user presses a pre-defined hotkey (Ctrl-Alt-Shift-I by default) allowing easy switching to other applications and tasks running on other monitors of the system.
The agent has a certain amount of time to scan the record and invoke dialing via a hotkey.
To unlock the mouse, all the user needs to do is switch to another window or press the Toggle Mouse Lock hotkey (Ctrl-Alt-Shift-L by default).
Hot Keyboard gives you hotkey control over your computer's speakers, controlling both music playback levels and all computer sounds.
TDE technology: MSI's own Turbo Drive Engine technology enables the FX600 to instantly throttle up performance with one touch of the hotkey to process high load applications without bogging down.
Multiple operations can be performed with a single hotkey for added efficiency and ease-of- use.
The Widgit installs on any Windows-based point of sale, adding a user-definable hotkey or touch-screen button for coupon redemption.
The application sits in the user's desktop tray and is accessible using a clickable icon or simply setting up a hotkey for easy access.
The user can access FileTracer at any time by pressing a hotkey or clicking on an icon in the system tray.
Use your mouse to adjust the volume, or take advantage of extensive hotkey support.
New Drivers - Updated drivers with our new HotKey Manager(C) will allow users to further customize the 15 media keys to open any file or launch any program.