QuExeCute is a tool which simplifies working with many search-engines, long file names or commands by using Shortcuts. The main window of QuExeCute consists of an input line in which you can basically enter three types of texts: Web Adresses, File Paths and Windows Commands. The potential of QuExeCute lays in it’s easy extensibility. You can create your own commands and shortcuts. So, if you for example want to search for something in Google, you just enter “g” and the search term (e.g. “g quicklaunch”). But you can’t only open websites with your shortcuts. You can also start applications or execute command-line terms. Shortcuts for Google, Facebook, YouTube and Bing are already integrated into QuExeCute.
There's no alternative to QuExeCute available as Windows-Software on the Market. It is completely customizable and extensible. Also, QuExeCute is actively developed and everyone can suggest new features for future versions.
QuExeCute is meant for every type of user. Beginners can use the Shortcut Gallery to customize QuExeCute and users that like playing with scripts and like trying things out can easily extend QuExeCute through it's developer Interface.