Keyboard shortcuts are something I’ve always try to make the most of, and doing so has served me well over the years. One thing that Windows has seemingly lacked was a way to let me make my own keyboard shortcuts, but with Clavier+ I am one step closer to eternal keyboard bliss.

What makes it so great? Well, for starters it is a system-wide keyboard shortcut application. That means it will work inside of any app. The other thing that really won me over was the fact that it takes up a mere 1.7MB of memory when running, which is so little that I don’t have to think twice about leaving it run in the background.

Here are a few things worth pointing out:

  • You can restrict shortcuts to certain applications, and this is really simple. There is a “target” icon that you can drag onto the window you want to include/exclude.
  • When creating keyboard shortcuts you can specify whether the Caps Lock, Num Lock, and/or Scroll Lock keys have to be on or off for the activation to be successful.
  • You can set up a shortcut to launch a program/website, or output some text to the field currently selected on the screen.

Grab Clavier+ if you’ve been eager to create some keyboard shortcuts you can call your very own.

Clavier+ Homepage (Windows only; Freeware/Portable)