AutoHotkeyYou’ll be able to perform complex tasks by simply tapping a button or combination on your keyboard or mouse. You can even program macros — a series of scripted actions — using AutoHotkey.For example, if you want to control volume using your mouse wheel, you can do that! If you want your computer to automatically perform a virus scan before shutting down, you can do that, too.You can even program custom abbreviations of phrases you type a lot. So you can type, “twimc” and AutoHotkey can automatically expand it to “To whom it may concern.” Or just make it “twc.”It’s up to you what you do with AutoHotkey; you can make it as simple as you like. It’s the perfect way to customize your computer to your needs, and I’m betting you can dazzle a friend or two with your keyboard skills.
Note: I highly recommend reading the AutoHotkey tutorial to get you started on your path to being a hotkey wizard. It’s fast, easy and will really help you make the most of AutoHotkey.