This nifty little freeware program lets you easily create shortcuts for a variety of purposes. WebKey resides in your system tray and offers a simple right-click menu to create, enable, and disable shortcuts. Select Show to find a plain interface with only two columns: Action and Hotkey. Click next to the check mark under Action to open a simple window that lets you add a number of actions, including opening programs and Web pages, and sending an e-mail. There's a Browse tool to help you locate files, and WebKey offers sample actions to help guide you in creating your own. Choose the keys you wish associated with the action, hit Save and your shortcut is ready to use. There's no Help file, but one isn't really necessary. There's nothing to complain about this program, and it's so simple even the novice can use it to create effective shortcuts.
What's new in version 1.2
ReleaseNovember 8, 2008
Date AddedDecember 20, 2000
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows, Windows NT
Go to your favorite sites, and email friends and family, at the touch of a keyboard button. WebKey contains features such the ability to an email client, run Windows applications (even work with shortcuts), and open registered document files.