WinHotKey allows you to assign "hot keys" that do various things. Actions that can be done with a hotkey are:
The main goal of this tool is to be easy to use. There are many other hotkey programs out there, but most of them do not provide a sufficient level of "ease of use". This walks the user through the options, while remaining a powerful tool.
When running, the program sits in the system tray. Double-clicking on the system tray icon will bring up the main window.
Here's a screen-shot of the main window:
Works on Windows versions up through and including Windows 7. While not a 64-bit program itself, it works fine on 64-bit editions.
Windows 8 Note: WinHotKey works on Windows 8, however Windows itself has reserved most of the Win+X combinations for itself. It is strongly recommended that you use the "Win" key plus another key, such as "Ctrl" to assign as hotkeys, such as Win+Ctrl+X. Using plain "Ctrl" or "Alt" without also using the "Win" key will cause conflicts with most other applications.
Here's the MD5 and download link:
4239a9eaaf6b90e9cbb9f074ef1ceccd ..... WinHotKey0.70.exe