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MMHotkeys 1.1

Multimedia hotkeys, change soundcard/ display settings with hotkeys.


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  • Last Updated: Jan 4, 2009
  • License: Shareware $17.99
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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MMHotkeys is a System Utilities software developed by Librarysmith Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for MMHotkeys:

MMhotkey provides instant control of the Windows Play control (mixer) and display settings through user defined Hotkeys. Ideal for musicians, Multimedia technicians or home users who need instant control of sound settings. (Instant mute when the phone rings!)

User definable hotkeys enable you to select only the features of the utility that you require and define your own hotkeys simply by pressing them.

Runs silently in the background and is configured using the MMHotkey configuration utility. MMHotkey does not clutter up the system tray with yet another seldom used icon.

Audio Features:-

* Master Volume Up and Down control
* One touch mute/un-mute of
o All outputs
o Wave/MP3 output
o CD input
o Microphone input
o Line input
o Digital input

Display Features:-

* One touch toggle between any two user defined display modes and colour depths supported by your graphics card/monitor. Ideal for LCD Projector scenarios.
* Supports all card resolutions including those not usually available through windows Display settings.

Application Launching Features:-

* One touch launch of any user specified application, document or website. Comes configured to launch the windows sndvol32 (mixer) program in both Play Control and Record Control mode.
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