Shortcut Key Explorer allows you to type a keyboard shortcut that you can press to start a program in Windows. However, there is no easy way to view and manager these shortcut keys. We created Shortcut Key Explorer to help you manage the list of shortcut keys you have loaded on your computer. Simply run Shortcut Key Explorer and it will automatically load the existing shortcut keys and display them in an easy to read list. From this list you can double-click on any item and edit the properties of the Windows shortcut. This is great for troubleshooting duplicate shortcut keys or shortcut keys you did not even know existed.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.02 has added an icon to identify the difference between application shortcuts and website shortcuts and fixed detection of Internet Explorer website shortcuts.