s3hotkey.exe. What is it?

The s3hotkey.exe is a S3Hotkey.

This file is part of S3 Graphics, Inc. S3Hotkey. S3hotkey.exe is developed by S3 Graphics, Inc. It’s a hidden file. S3hotkey.exe is usually located in the %SYSTEM% folder and its usual size is 31,232 bytes.


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Author: S3 Graphics, IncProcess: S3HotkeyPart Of: S3 Graphics, Inc. S3HotkeyCommon path(s): %SYSTEM%Keywords(s): hiddenFilesize(s): 31,232 bytes, 159,792 bytes, 40,960 bytes, 163,840 bytes


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by Andry on Aug 18, 2012 at 08:46 AM

"Windows Mobile Phone 6.5 or whatever the hell it's cealld didn't win any "Wows""WinMo 6.5 is waste. Quality of these phones is poor beyond description. It reflects caliber of Test Managers in WinMo dedicated teams under tomgi, think they can fool management by sending Red-Green-Yellow status reports. I don't blame them for milking cash cows (Windows and Office), they are just making a living, direct managers of these Test managers should be held accountable because they have not been able to find out why quality is so bad despite these status reports for years. It's time to replace Senior test managers with fresh blood, think outside the box.

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by Victory on Aug 8, 2011 at 05:18 PM

Do you have more great artlices like this one?

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by HERBSMAN441 on Dec 13, 2009 at 08:12 PM

Careful disabling, if the file is needed for a system process, the computer may fail to boot proper, if it boots at all. e.

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