I have a PowerShell script that opens a file when you press a hotkey like:
f so that the app automatically runs every time the user presses those key combinations.
Now, the problem is that it indeed opens the application/file, but it takes 4-5 second to process it. I want the process to be fast enough so that the script opens the desired files the moment the user presses the key combinations and not seconds after it. I don’t know what caused this slowdown…
Here’s the script:
# Get the Desktop dir. path. $desktopDir = [Environment]::GetFolderPath('Desktop') # Create the shortcut object, initially in-memory only. $shc = (New-Object -ComObject 'Wscript.Shell').CreateShortcut("$desktopDirlinkthis.lnk") # Set the target executable (name will do if in $env:PATH). $shc.TargetPath = 'C:UsersabhayDownloadsTestscript.py' # Assign the hotkey. $shc.Hotkey = 'Ctrl+Alt+F' $shc.Save()
(Code originally taken from this question asked by me earlier)
Source: Windows Questions