Berlin, 6 November 2012 â€“ The Berlin-based startup software, KeyRocket, now includes support for Russian and Portuguese localizations of Windows and Microsoft Office.
Online PR News – 07-November-2012 – Berlin, Germany – KeyRocket wants to spread its effortless way to learning keyboard shortcuts all over the world. To reach that goal, the German software company has added support for Russian and Portuguese localizations of Microsoft Office and Windows.
In addition to English, German, Spanish and French languages; KeyRocket now includes Russian and Portuguese shortcuts, menus and notifications. Step by step, KeyRocket is on its way to making computer usersâ€™ lives easier the world over, whatever their language. Whatâ€™s next you might ask? Greek and Chinese are expected by the end of 2012.
KeyRocket is software that shows users time-saving keyboard shortcuts, when they use slow and inefficient mouse clicks. The shortcut hints appear as subtle pop-ups, which do not interrupt workflow. Success notifications and a personal progress dashboard increase fun and motivation to learn. KeyRocket supports the Microsoft Office applications â€“ Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. With over 1,700 shortcuts KeyRocket covers the needs of most office workers. In the coming months the product will be available for other standard software.
About Veodin Software GmbH:
The software is developed by Veodin Software GmbH at their headquarters in Berlin, Germany. The company was founded in June 2011 by Matthias Mayrock and Jan Mechtel. The founders formed the team after several years of success in the business consulting and software development. Seed investors include High-Tech GrĂĽnderfonds and Michael Brehm.
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