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Windows 7: 3 Key press

11 Nov 2010   #1
Gazz777

windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
3 Key press

Hi Guys, anyone know if it's possible to create a 3 key combo,
for instance Crtl + W + T
then giving this combo a value, for instance your pass-word
instead of having to key in your p/word just press a 3 key combo.

I use kinda large strong p/words, sometimes get p*st of with keying in.

Thanx for your thoughts.

Kind Regards
gary


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11 Nov 2010   #2
James Colbert

 
 

Not exactly what you're asking for, but have you thought about using Password Safe to store your passwords? Memorize one strong password to open the safe (which stores the rest of your passwords), copy and paste or drag and drop your password for the given site/program, etc. It also has a password generator you can configure. Creates very strong passwords you don't have to remember, plus you can use different passwords for every need. A very good practice.


It's free: Password Safe

James
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11 Nov 2010   #3
Gazz777

windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by James Colbert View Post
Not exactly what you're asking for, but have you thought about using Password Safe to store your passwords? Memorize one strong password to open the safe (which stores the reset of your passwords), copy and paste or drag and drop your password for the given site/program, etc. It also has a password generator you can configure. Creates very strong passwords you don't have to remember, plus you can use different passwords for every need. A very good practice.


It's free: Password Safe

James
Thanx James, yip this will do nicely
Appreciated...
Kind Regards
Gary
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