TriX v0.0.12.5

webfork on 14 Jun 2015
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  • Suggested by joby_toss

TriX is a hotkey-based productivity tool that does many simple tasks with key combinations including text formatting (upper case, lower case, sentence case…), web search (Google, Bing, YouTube, etc.), data exporting (Notepad, MS-Word, MS-Excel…), data extraction (emails, links…), and more.

Note: Website offline - linking to

Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Create an empty file named Trix.ini in the same folder, with the following contents:
  3. Launch TriX.exe
What's new? V.
  • Fix: Blocked tab key on application's forms. Fix: Remove ";" character when exporting to Excel. Imp: TriX will now try to fix settings file automatically if it is corrupted. New: "Text Manipulations / Expand Text": Expand selected text and replace with text in a clip. New: "Text Manipulations / Phonetic Alphabet": Substitute the NATO alphabet telephony for independent letters and numbers.

16 comments on TriX  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Emka 2011-12-25 15:49

Website seems to be down.


Kari Teikari 2011-03-19 15:57

I've found the solution, thanks. The application runs quite well.


Kari Teikari 2011-03-17 17:57

I installed Trix as adviced on web page. However being quite stupid with applications I cannot find any interface to use the Trix. When I qlick Trix.exe it gives an alert that program is already running, I just know where is it running. Pls help


Lena 2010-10-19 20:40

TriX takes little under 25M of my memory on XP. And next to nothing is customizable in it :) Language and text tools are good.

Cipherdon 2010-06-28 11:17

Hello everyone,

First of all - I'd like to thank you all for giving TriX a try and I hope you found it useful and fun to have.

Tim has kindly brought to my attention that someone has claimed that TriX is a Trojan.

I can assure you all that TriX is 100% clean, that it is nor malware neither spyware. I created this tool for myself, but when I realized that it can help many others, I decided to share it for free as I use lots of freewares myself.

As normanel & port32 wisely wrote - TriX was tested and found clean by the world's leading downloads websites, such as, Softpedia, Softonic and more.

I encourage you all to give TriX a try; I promise you will find it useful and time saver in no-time.


port32 2010-06-24 13:23

normanel is Right, none of these worldwide known downloads websites will take such a risk and grant a program 100% clean certificate while it is a malware.

normanel 2010-06-23 17:43

TriX is a trojan? Are you kidding me?
So what you are saying that the scanners and tests of / softonic / softpedia and more found TriX 100% clean, but your MalwareBytes has flagged it as a Trojan???

Man, I suggets you to kiss goodbye your MalwareBytes...

portablefreeware fan 2010-06-23 01:56

Hi All,

My MalwareBytes has flagged the extracted trix.exe from downloaded from the link provided by this page has Trojan.Phires. I suspected I had a virus when my computer started restarting without reason at about the time I was testing trix.exe. I never suspected it would be trix.exe because I've always believed that the softwares recommended here are virus/spyware free until I did a scan and found out trix.exe has Trojan.Phires. Careful everyone.

eWeb 2010-06-12 19:47

Neat program indeed! As for the stealth - I disagree with you since it seems that the auto startup is achieved just by adding a shortcut in your startup folder, I couldn't find any new registry key created by this program. Anyway, you can change this behavior as well if you want from the settings window.

regular 2010-06-12 15:20

Neat Program. Not mature yet though. Program messes up other programs because other program started acting weird after using some Trix commands.
It's not really stealth because it automatically starts up when windows starts up, which tells me it adds something some where.

Still, it's a neat program only after the kinks get sorted out.

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