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hot key

A user-defined key or sequence of keys on a computer keyboard that is tied to a specific command, macro, or program which is invoked when pressed.
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For other games, users hit a hotkey to identify key moments as they occur.
On the Dell PowerEdge FX2 platform, Amulet Hotkey will deliver its existing dedicated PCoIP workstations for Finance and Defense applications by leveraging Pivot3's ability to support advanced virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions and provide virtual storage area network (SAN) storage within the same architecture.
After Ace Secret Folder is installed, just use the shortcut hotkey “Ctrl + Alt + H” to quickly invoke the folder encryption software, so as to encrypt or decrypt a folder.
If it inquires about a password, the user just compresses the new product's hotkey and ascertains the identity of the user.
The optimally positioned sniper hotkey also provides a valuable tool in the combat, helping gamers immediately lower the cursor speed while aiming at the target to assure accuracy for every single headshot whilst making a rapid move or a sharp turn.
With Soft4Boost Screen Recorder users can create any hotkey to start the image capturing process.
speed, and a hotkey to engage powerful cooling capabilities, and a built-in LED
The 1016 Series caters to the business professional's needs, with a single hotkey that sets it up to presentation mode.
The switch utilizes front-panel push buttons and sup ports the hotkey function for switching between computers.
QWHEN I switch on I get a box which at the top says Hotkey Keyboard then underneath has a red circle with a white cross in it and states: "Failed to set data for".
All schedules are nested, and supporting schedules for each are accessed by hotkey from the appropriate line.
We have really enjoyed the increased efficiency we have experienced with Voyager 7S, including specific hotkey capabilities and auto-fill features, said Rebecca Hill, chief financial officer for commercial and residential real estate developer Briarcliff Development Co.