So, here is how aliases looks for end user:
- You press Win+R keyboard shortcut
- Run dialog is appeared. You type ff and press Enter
- System will to run Firefox for you.
With Win+R Alias Manager you will able to specify any alias for any software.
Yon can set even several aliases for any application. For example, you can set several aliases for Internet Explorer, such as "ie","inet","blabla" and so on.
Windows supports two types of aliases: first is aliases for current user and second is system-wide aliases. As you may know, system-wide aliases can be accessible by any user of your PC. With Win+R Alias Manager you can handle both types of aliases! You can edit, delete and create alias of any type.
The application allows you to create per-user alias by default, but you can change this with simple checkbox:
Note: you will able to create alias by simple dragging the executable (*.exe) file on aliases list.
Win+R Alias Manager supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 both x86 and x64 as well as all editions. For Windows 8 you have to use special build from "Win8Native" folder.
Win+R Alias Manager is free and portable application and doesn't require to be installed.
Download: Win+R Alias Manager
Please read the description at download page to get full user experience from aliases and Win+R Alias Manager. Enjoy.
Edited by hb860, 02 July 2012 - 05:31 AM.