This tiny tool artfully turns your middle mouse button into a file-, folder-, and application-access button, but the documentation is a bit muddled. Super Speed Launcher's tray icon interface is barely more than a list of three functions. Simply right click it to add, delete, or view current shortcuts to your items. The Readme file documentation may confuse some users, but the program is actually easy to implement and use.
Super Speed Launcher takes a few clicks to set up. The program's odd terminology uses Code to describe the simple name used for a shortcut. You just need to browse to the file or folder you want to load when selecting that Code. Using the function is as easy as clicking the middle mouse button and selecting the shortcut you desire.
Deleting a Code takes just a second, as does viewing a list of current codes. Every level user will find Super Speed Launcher easy to install, run, and operate. The program is small, takes little memory to run, and adds a very handy function to your system.
This helps to navigate around your PC efficiently and swiftly using the middle mouse button. It makes the middle mouse button a magic wand to access your favorite folder/file/application within microseconds. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.