Continues from Part 1. Please refer to the link below for download and installation.
5. Keyboard Manager
You can customize the keyboard keys or shortcuts.
▲ After selecting the item to be newly mapped among keys and shortcuts…
▲If you input the key on the left, it works like the right. I tried mapping A to B experimentally.
▲ Typing a enters b. LOL
※ In case of shortcut keys, etc., it may be applied only by running PowerToys with administrator privileges. Please refer to the main screen (General).
You can rename multiple files at once.
▲ Select the file to be renamed, right-click and select PowerRename.
▲ You can select multiple options and batch edit the file name as you like.
▲ Edit the file name and extension as you like!
7. PowerToys Run
If you press the [Alt] + [Space] shortcut, the quick launch window appears. Where do you seem to see it a lot? LOL
▲ You can select installed apps and shortcuts,
▲You can also select the running app (note Running: powershell.exe below!)
▲ Folders and files can be executed immediately.
8. Shortcut Guide
How many shortcuts do you know about [Windows Key]?
▲ Long press the [Windows Key]. This may be a familiar shortcut for Windows power users, but a list of shortcuts will be useful for beginners.
There are many hidden add-ons, so be sure to take a look at the PowerToys settings screen.
▲ The current version is 0.20.1. We look forward to continued development in the future!