QuicKeys Alternatives for Windows

    QuicKeys is not available for Windows but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on Windows with similar functionality. The best Windows alternative is AutoHotkey, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to QuicKeys and many of them are available for Windows so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Windows alternatives to QuicKeys are AutoIt (Free), Pulover’s Macro Creator (Free, Open Source), Beeftext (Free, Open Source) and Actiona (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jul 25, 2021

    1. AutoHotkey is a free, open-source scripting language for Windows that allows users to easily create small to complex scripts for all kinds of tasks such as: form fillers, auto-clicking, macros, etc.
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    2. Use a straightforward BASIC-like scripting language to automate your Windows GUI. Simulate key presses, mouse movement, window attributes and much more.
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    3. Pulover’s Macro Creator is a Free Automation Tool and Script Generator. It is based on AutoHotkey language and provides users with multiple automation functions, as well as a built-in recorder.
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    4. Are you tired of repeatedly typing the same text over and over again? - The custom email signature you only use for your close friends. - The markdown snippet you use 5 times a day. - The text emoji you like so much (\/) (°,,,°) (\/).
    5. Actiona (formerly known as Actionaz) is a task automation tool. It allows you to create and execute action lists. You don't need to know any programming language to use it: its intuitive interface allows you to create action lists (scripts) using drag & drop.
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    6. aText accelerates your typing by replacing abbreviations with frequently used phrases you define. E.g. make an abbreviation “myname” to insert your name “First Middle Last” in any application. With aText you can easily avoid typing the same thing over and over.
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      aText vs QuicKeys opinions
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      QuicKeys does many more things than typing text.
      Negative comment over 4 years ago

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    7. TextExpander boosts team productivity by cutting the repetitive typing that creeps into every task. A quick shortcode while typing drops in the necessary language to send to clients and customers.
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      TextExpander vs QuicKeys opinions
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      For text macros, TextExpander is the best. It's simple to use, powerful, and free for non-commercial use. Sadly, Quickeys is no longer supported, and the dog-in-the-manger owners of the software refuse to let it into the public domain.
      Positive comment about 4 years ago

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    8. Clavier+ allows you to create global keyboard shortcuts for launching applications, opening folders, writing text and opening websites.
    9. Automation Workshop is software for automation of complex and recurring processes that would otherwise take a lot of intensive and repetitive user work time. Create automated tasks easier than ever before. Automation Workshop requires no scripting, programming or coding skills.
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    10. Increase your efficiency by automating your keyboard with TyperTask! This tool simulates keyboard typing, and can be used to instantly type common phrases. Use it to automate chat conversations, website logins, programming code blocks, HTML tags, or anything else you can imagine.

      Discontinued

      The product is no longer available on the company website. Last version, 1.20, released in March 2012, can be still downloaded from Softpedia

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