this is probably the wrong place to ask but here goes anyway...
i've been using a 'hotkey' manager called 'hoekey' for a few years now - i always thought it the best of the bunch when you can be bothered to figure out the syntax.
it's nowhere near as versatile as something like 'autohotkey' but i'm wondering if i replaced 'hoekey' with an 'autohotkey' script that performed the same tasks (a few hotkey shortcuts for starting common programs and moving/minimising windows about with the keyboard instead of mouse), does anyone think there will be more system resources used by an 'autohotkey' script.
'hoekey' takes up about 340k when running and, as i understand it, 'autohotkey' uses a few meg (?????????). does this actually mean anything, especially when i've got 1.5 gig or ram.
i assume it doesn't really matter and i ought to know better without asking such things. i just have grown attached to 'hoekey' and wouldn't want to dismiss it when it has served me so well for so long.