Bella Rolls Out New Shortcuts Software Program Killer Keys
Posted Sep 26, 2011

Bella Corporation announced the launch of its new shortcuts software, "KillerKeys" today. For the first time, consumers and professionals will be able to have all of the shortcuts for all of their applications in one place.

KillerKeys is a like a GPS for your computer applications, directing users to thousands of shortcuts for dozens of applications, allowing them to navigate through a complex world of applications with the click of a button.

Until now, users needed to research shortcuts for applications and then click on multiple buttons to use them. KillerKeys allows users to have a favorite shortcuts menu in front of them to use at their leisure or to turn off when not in use. Not only does it allow users to work faster, but KillerKeys acts like a cheat sheet for those who may not be familiar with the shortcuts integrated into their application.

KillerKeys appeals to not only the general consumer, but graphics and video professionals as well, allowing them to work smarter and faster than resorting to digging through menus to locate their shortcuts.

"We wanted to design a powerful application that is useful to the everyday consumer as well as our existing customer base in the video editing and design professions," says Gard B. Cookson, President of Bella Corporation. "KillerKeys allows everyone to navigate applications faster and easier without the frustration previously linked to shortcuts."

KillerKeys will be sold as four different Editions: Home & Student, Business, Print & Design and Video & FX, ranging in price from $9.95 - $49.95. There is an all-inclusive Master Collection that will save about 30% compared to purchasing each separately, that sells for $89.95. Each product comes with 12 months of free updates.

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KillerKeys is available now at for Windows users. The Mac edition of KillerKeys is slated for 2012.