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Open folders using a Run Command

, 6 Dec 2010 CPOL 2.4K 2
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You might be interested in SlickRun http://www.bayden.com/It is a general purpose launcher for opening folders or web sites, starting apps, etc. The user creates "magic words" and associates them with folders, urls, launching apps, opening documents, etc.
You might be interested in SlickRun http://www.bayden.com/

It is a general purpose launcher for opening folders or web sites, starting apps, etc. The user creates "magic words" and associates them with folders, urls, launching apps, opening documents, etc.

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