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  • Ethervane ActiveHotkeys icon

    Ethervane ActiveHotkeys

    Ethervane ActiveHotkeys detects what global keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys) are currently registered on the computer by various applications. This helps you determine which...

    Free Windows

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    • Discontinued The program only supports 32 bit operating systems. Last version released: February 15, 2012.
  • KeyRocket icon

    KeyRocket

    KeyRocket is the best way to master keyboard shortcuts. It's Windows software that recommends shortcuts while you work where it matters. KeyRocket informs you, via a...

    Free Personal Windows

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  • KeyCue icon

    KeyCue

    Menu shortcuts are supposed to provide quick access to frequently used menu commands. But honestly: how many menu shortcuts do you know by heart? KeyCue helps you to use...

    Commercial Mac

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    Hotkey EVE

    EVE helps you to learn shortcuts, in order to increase your productivity with MAC OS X. Every time you execute an action using the mouse, EVE will show you the matching...

    Free Mac

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CheatSheet Comments

Such useful app organizing Mind 1 Helpful

Positive Comment by Deviated
about CheatSheet Jan 2017

Must be on Linux, and since I dislike windows and don't think of it as an OS, I wish windows would not get such a great app.
Very useful app, can become a great platform like 'Atom' of Github or overlay Terminal of 'iTerm2'. Definitely can't reach there if it doesn't go foss (free open-source software).

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Not something I'd use every day 1 Helpful

Positive Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about CheatSheet Jul 2012

Cheatsheet isn't an app that I'd use every day, but it's still extremely useful to have.

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