I may be compensated through the links in the posts below, but the opinions are my own. (Unless I’m talking about AutoHotkey in which case I only make money when you kindly buy my books—hopefully at ComputorEdge E-Books. The opinions are still my own.)
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Highlighting Computer Software for Education, Productivity, and Fun
A Clever Little Tool for Using Multiple Mice on the Same Computer
Coloretta Viva Adds Accuracy to Color Picking.
June 16, 2017—Free AutoHotkey Virtual Numeric KeyPad App
A Quick Little AutoHotkey Script for Small Laptops with No KeyPad.
May 30, 2017—Free AutoHotkey Speed Reading App
Sit Back and Relax While You Exercise Your Brain. Who Doesn’t Want to Read Faster?
The Free AutoHotkey TypingAid Script Adds Word Choice Pop-ups to Any PC Program
May 19, 2017—Repurposing ComputorEdge Software Showcase
Progress in life requires both the setting of priorities and persistence. When I started this blog, it represented an experiment in reviewing free and/or demo software (and possibly generating revenue). However, I’ve always known that success in anything requires focus. Soon, I found that I had stretched myself too thin and needed to make a decision about my time. I rededicated my efforts toward my first love—AutoHotkey.
Ever since this site has languished as I deliberately neglected the completion of new software reviews. I even considered letting this site lapse this August in favor of my AutoHotkey endeavors. However, I’ve recently decided to repurpose ComputorEdge Software Showcase to specialized in highlighting third-party AutoHotkey applications. This came from an evolution in my thought.
Not long ago, I started putting together my next AutoHotkey book—which looks like my biggest one yet. As a motley assortment of AutoHotkey tips, it includes many of my current blogs at Jack’s AutoHotkey Blog, as well as, a multitude of tips no longer available on the Web (since I took down the ComputorEdge Magazine server). Among those previously (yet no longer available) AutoHotkey articles appear reviews of useful and interesting AutoHotkey scripts written by people who are much better programmers than me. In fact, many of them have produced AutoHotkey apps which rate up there with any other commercial software—but their software is free for anyone to use. I’ve decided to refocus this blog on those AutoHotkey scripts and applications.
In the coming months, I plan to present what I consider among the best of those AutoHotkey apps. Some of them I use regularly and have discussed in my other blog (Jack’s AutoHotkey Blog) and my books. A few appear in the ComputorEdge “Free AutoHotkey Scripts and Apps for Learning Script Writing and Generating Ideas” page—although most of the scripts on that page I wrote myself. Others harken back to past, no-longer-published articles from the old ComputorEdge Magazine. By my including them in ComputorEdge Software Showcase, you should find it easier uncover those scripts I rate as the most interesting and/or useful available for free use. I plan to continue my search for the best of AutoHotkey apps and review those scripts right here.
Previous Episodes of ComputorEdge Software Showcase
ComputorEdge Software Showcase brings you information about software for personal and professional use from ComputorEdge partners. We have joined forces with these people because they offer superior services and products within their areas of expertise. In most cases, you can either open a free account or try before you buy.
September 17, 2016: Why ComputorEdge Software Showcase?
September 22, 2016: Proofreading and Grammar Checking Software
September 28, 2016: Build Your Career by Learning Linux
October 4, 2016: Free Project Management Software for Any Business—Big or Small
October 12, 2016: Improve your vocabulary with Visual Thesaurus. A different way to look at words.
Not Coming Soon! Protect your kids with KidsWatch computer monitoring software.
Not Coming Soon! I was looking forward to reviewing Green Screen Wizard, but it fell way down the priority list. Pretty cool visual effects. Go anywhere without leaving home.