Ultimate Run Manager for Speed Access Frequently Used Programs

by on May 10th, 2010

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This program is very useful. Very light, very efficient, very good, easy to use. Use Run Manager to better use Run utility in Windows and access any program / software efficiently. Run manager is going to save a lot of time for you. Configure quick keyboard shortcuts for all the programs you love to use and forget about the start programs menu.

Run Manager is a quick launcher to create keyboard shortcuts for software you use frequently. It does not require any system resources for the programs to be launched. It doesn’t need to be running all the time. The GUI of Run Manager is used for configuration purpose. Rest of the work is done by built in Windows tools.

Run Manager creates shortcuts of the programs so that you do not have to go to the start menu to find and run the programs you like every time. Run Manager provides a way to run the programs directly from the Run dialog box in Start Menu.

For example, I use Firefox very frequently. I don’t want to go to the start menu every time to open Firefox. So I use Run Manager to create a shortcut for Firefox.

You can save your list of keyboard shortcuts.
You can edit keyboard shortcuts you created.
You can delete any keyboard shortcut you created.

How to Use

Run ‘Run Manager’
Click ‘New’
Write the shortcut whatever you want in the Command Name (ff in my case for Firefox)
Browse to the file you want to open with the above shortcut
Click save
Go to Start –> Run –> Type ff
Firefox will be opened
That’s it


Languages: English
Author: Technize.com
Platforms: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Requirements: .NET Framework 3.5
License: Freeware

Its good, good… Try it, you will love it. We have tried it and its completely clean freeware software.

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Download Ultimate Run Manager

Run Manager – The Ultimate Program Launcher (2.4 MB)
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One Review

  1. Sanix says:

    Thanks for the great review Hiroshi. I’ve added your link on the product page.