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Asoftech Automation helps you to automate all of the repetitive tasks you face each day. It records all operation of mouse and keystrokes and saves them as macros. You can also create macros manually with macro editor. Asoftech Automation can then play...

Automate mouse clicks and repetitive tasks on your computer. Simple to use, only 6 buttons. Will free you to focus on more important tasks while AppRobot automates the rest. 1) Record mouse movements, clicks, and keystrokes. 2) Replay & auto-repeat your...

Macro Expert

Macro Expert 4.1.4479 updated

An automation tool is designed to complete those tasks which are repetitive or routine. It can almost do anything you can do. We are convinced you will be impressed with it. It can greatly simplify your work, increase your productivity, and save you time...

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Simple, fast and hidden application that automatically will copy files from newly inserted flash card to you computer. It's configurable - It allows to specify file extensions to be copied. Also you can specify to copy everything!What is new in this...

Pulover's Macro Creator is an automation and script writing tool. It features a large range of automation commands, has a built-in recorder and can capture inputs in its interface. The macros can be executed from the program itself or you can export them...

TimeComX Basic (64-bit) is a small and resource-friendly automation program, that can put your computer into different states after specified time, process state or by a lower deviation of network and processor usage activity. Following options are...

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Touchpad Blocker

Touchpad Blocker 3.0.0.71 updated

How often your cursor jumps to another paragraph when you are typing a text on notebook and accidentally touch a touchpad by hand? Hate this behavior? Me too. So, I've created a small program to solve this annoying problem. Touchpad Blocker...

WakeupOnStandBy

WakeupOnStandBy 1.7.20.1

Have you ever thought about how much energy your computers use up at night or when they're not in use? Have you ever wondered if it's possible to wake up your system from a Sleep mode (or Hibernation) using a resident program and not waste all that...