Start64!Clavier+ will allow you to create keyboard shortcuts using any key, including the Windows key (around the Space key), to launch programs, write text, display websites. You always launch the same programs, navigate in the same websites? Create a simple shortcut to do it quickly. Bored to write your E-mail address? Create a universal keyboard shortcut to write it: it will work under Word, Excel, and your favorite Internet browser!

What can Clavier+ do - Clavier allows to associate an action to any keyboard shortcut. Those actions can be:

  • launch a program: Word, calculator, Internet browser, etc.
  • display a website
  • open a folder: My documents, C:, CD-Rom drive, etc.
  • write special characters: ® and © symbols, currency symbols like € or ¥, etc.
  • write text: E-mail address, company name, etc. in any program (Word, Internet browser, notepad)
  • simulate keystrokes, for example to execute a command in the menus of a program
  • simulate mouse moves and clicks or mouse wheel action


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The keyboard shortcuts can use (almost) any key of the keyboard. The Windows key, located around the spacebar, can be used along with Ctrl, Alt and Shift. As programs rarely use this key, many simple keyboard shortcuts are available to you: Win + A, Win + 2, Win + ., etc.

Clavier+ can modify the behavior of special keys like ` or F11. Thus a keyboard shortcut of one single key can be associated to a frequently used action.


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If necessary, the action of a keyboard shortcut can depend of the active program. This allows to add shortcuts to a specific program.

In the same way, the action of a keyboard shortcut can depend of the state of the toggle keys, i.e. the keys having small lights in the keyboard: Caps Lock, Num Lock, Scroll Lock. For example, this allows to write special characters instead of digits when the caps lock mode is set.


Clavier+ 64bit version
Clavier+ - 64bit software