WHAT (Window Hotkey Activator Tool)

Description: Assign hotkeys to activate/focus windows.

  1. The window matching comprises the following criteria: process name, window title, and window class. You will almost certainly have to play around a bit with the text to get certain windows to activate and, even then, some may not. Furthermore, you do not need to use all three criterion for a given hotkey. Don’t be afraid to experiment.
  2. While the add/edit hotkey dialog is open, all hotkeys are disabled. They are enabled after you click the save button or close the add/edit hotkey dialog.
  3. Checkboxes in the main list enable and disable individual hotkeys.
  4. You can assign the same hotkey to multiple entries and it will activate all the windows in top-down order. You can easily change the order in the list.
  5. Check out the Options menu for a few usability options.
  6. The hotkey selection GUI is such that you can specify just about any combination of keys, mouse buttons, and modifiers. Go crazy.

Version: 1.0.1 (2018-01-01)     💾 DOWNLOAD WHAT (Window Hotkey Activator Tool) v1.0.1

Supported OS: Windows 7. Probably works, but not tested, on Windows XP/Vista/8/10.

History: Changelog

Installation: Unzip WHAT.zip to its own folder and run WHAT.exe.

Discussion forum: Here

PAD file: Here

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  • 1.0.1 Version
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  • 2018-01-01 Release Date
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