Executor is a powerful program launcher for Windows designed by hackers to make it easier for you to use your computer in less time. The main aim of such a program such as Executor is to help make your PC-based tasks easier. With it, you will be able to launch many applications that aren't running, open many files and folders, launch multiple websites, send e-mails, perform online searches, etc. Basically, with this program, you will be able to do more with your computer than you did before. What's more, you will be able to do it even if your computer is turned off.
To use Executor, you need to download its software bundle and install it on your Windows desktop. After this, you need to launch the Executor application from the Start menu. You need to click on the "open" option in order to launch the Executor application. From there, you should choose a location on your computer where you want to save the Executor settings, such as on your desktop or in a folder of your choice. You also need to select the version of Windows you want to use. Executor works best with Windows 10 64 bits.
If you're interested in learning more about how to use Executor, you should read my article on the subject. In this article, I will talk about the auto-completion and hotkey feature of Executor. Specifically, I will discuss the start button of the Executor, which are a useful shortcut to bring up the program menu, the optional hotkey for full screen mode, and the Executor startup configuration. Finally, I will talk about how to make use of the auto-completion and hotkey features of Executor in order to complete the installation process of the application.