Windows: If you frequently switch between Windows and OS X you likely find yourself hitting the wrong hot keys and wanting for some of the Mac functionality in Windows. MaComfort can help bridge the gap.
MaComfort brings popular Mac keyboard combos to Windows — using the Windows key as an Apple key — but it isn’t limited to just keyboard shortcuts. It also enables virtual desktops, active corners you can program to perform specific actions, quicklook to preview files, and support for skins and plugins.
The free version limits the virtual desktops to four, limits your available skins, and disables plug-ins — all other functionality is left intact. MaComfort basic is freeware, paid versions start at $US15. Have a program that helps you use the shortcuts from one operating system on another? Let’s hear about it in the comments.