Visual Automation Release ColdKey 11 for Windows 10

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ColdKey 11 supports Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019

Visual Automation today released ColdKey 11 for Windows 10. ColdKey is a 32-bit Classic Windows Application that is also 64-bit aware. ColdKey runs as a tray icon utility to disable over 350 different keyboard shortcuts.

ColdKey runs as a tray icon in the Windows Explorer shell. With ColdKey, there is one tabbed dialog with lists of over 350 different keyboard shortcuts. Simply check the keyboard shortcuts that you want to disable and that's it.

Just a few of the Windows keyboard shortcuts that can be disabled:

alt-esc
alt-tab
alt-space
alt-home
alt-end
alt-enter
alt-left arrow
alt-right arrow
alt-up arrow
alt-down arrow
alt-shift-esc
alt-shift-tab
alt-shift-space
ctrl-esc
ctrl-tab
ctrl-shift-tab
ctrl-alt-esc
ctrl-alt-shift-esc
ctrl-page up
ctrl-page down
ctrl-delete
ctrl-.
ctrl-shift-.
ctrl-break
esc
shift-esc
windows key
applications key
pause
print screen
alt-print screen
ctrl-print screen
shift-print screen
delete
shift-delete
up arrow
down arrow
num lock
scroll lock
caps lock

Read more at http://visualautomation.com/coldkey/index.html

Pricing and Availability

ColdKey 11 is available immediately through the Visual Automation Store (http://visualautomation.com). Price is $95 USD, 5-pack for $350 USD, and 10-pack for $600 USD. Or $50 USD for an upgrade from a previous version. Full system requirements and more information on ColdKey 11 can be found at http://visualautomation.com/coldkey.

Visual Automation, Inc. is a provider of handcrafted endpoint security software products. Founded in 1994, the privately held company is recognized worldwide as a leader in Windows desktop security. Products include Secure Desktop 11, Secure Utilities 11 and ColdKey 11. Companies worldwide depend on Visual Automation products for their endpoint security needs.

Secure Desktop and ColdKey are trademarks of Visual Automation, Inc. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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