TastenTrick

TastenTrick crack/keygen

Version 1.3.2.7
Updated Jul 29th 2014
Company
Rating 3.1
399 3.1
Crack Size 1.6 MB
Downloads 4319
Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit
Category office-tools

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TastenTrick

TastenTrick is small software utility that was especially designed to help you stick notes on your desktop in the easiest way possible. The interface is just basic and you don't get more than a simply box to type in a line of text. You can focus solely on your work and whenever you need to write something down simply press a key and the app automatically saves all your entries.

Basically, it’s very easy to work with this program, because it doesn’t bundle many configurations settings. In order to add a memo, you should activate the “Caps Lock” key and the app is able to save the input data automatically on your desktop background. You can easily navigate throughout your notes by using the “Page Up” and “Page Down” keys and export all your notes to HTML.

TastenTrick Crack features a built-in search engine that allows users to perform searches on Google or Wikipedia. The app comprises many keyboard shortcuts for various actions. For example you can use “Ctrl + Del” to delete the current shown entry.

To sum up, TastenTrick is definitely a useful application that can help you add personal notes on your desktop quickly and easily. It packs enough features to make the entire process easier by simply adding notes with a single key press.

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