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Quick Cliq Makes You Ultra Productive While Using Your PC

Quick Cliq is a little productivity tool that can speed-up your daily computer activities by giving you links and shortcut to folders, files, programs, URLs, emails and command line operations. You can access all your favorite items with a click which usually require many clicks.

The operation of this tool is very simple. It goes like this: Just run Quick Cliq exe (no installation needed) and use Win + Z key to bring the Menu window.


Click Add/Change option to bring the configuration window. Then click Item, choose Type (file, folder, url, etc), give custom hotkeys and click OK to save the settings. Repeat the process for other items.


It also offers window management, extreme clipboard manipulation, and note taking capabilities.

All of these activities are provided in a compact menu that you can show anywhere and within any application or window through hot key (Win + Z) and mouse gestures.

Quick Cliq (Free) supports Windows 7, Vista and XP. It can be downloaded (912Kb) at source here.

Comments

  1. Hi. Been using Quick Cliq for a few months now hoping it would match up to 'Folder Menu', my long-term choice for accessing my folders, files, urls etc. Have found it less reliable (sometimes the program doesn't start with Windows as instructed), more time consuming when adding and arranging shortcuts via the program window, less flexible in its display of menu items (it won't display many keyboard symbols and will not allow you to add spaces before text), has the annoying habit of not automatically using the icons contained in the files/folders/programs i add to the menu so you have to select the icons manually. Even more annoying on the icon front is that despite selecting the16 pixel icon option in the settings menu, Quick Cliq strangely then does not display the 16x16 icon contained within the selected icon but instead displays a larger contained icon within the same icon file (32,48,96,256 pixels etc.) but shrunken down to 16 pixels. Makes for unfamiliar viewing when you're used to your icons looking a certain way at different sizes. I have had to create a separate set of icons just for Quick Cliq containing only 16 pixel images which was very time consuming and very impractical but unfortunately there was no other way to get the program to display icons correctly.
    On the positive side i like the mouse gesture element of revealing the menu, which is different to FolderMenu's middle-click approach, and the multiple clipboard tool is a handy add-on.
    I have tried many of these folder access programs and firmly believe Folder Menu to be both the best, and the easiest on the eye (the menu items have slightly more space between them than Quick Cliq and it just looks more appealing).
    Quick Cliq shows some promise but has too many glitches and strange foibles at present.
    Here's the link for Folder Menu so you can compare them for yourselves.

    http://foldermenu.sourceforge..../

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  2. Thank you very much for posting about our app Quick Cliq! We very much appreciate it!

    -JP
    http://apathysoftworks.com

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