Never worry about repitive tasks again! Groone's Macroer simplifies those redundant day to day tasks. By creating simple text routines you will free up hours on the keyboard. There are no complicated scripting languages to know.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Never worry about repitive tasks again! Groone's Macroer simplifies those redundant day to day tasks. By creating simple text routines you will free up hours on the keyboard. There are no complicated scripting languages to know and no list of forced to remember keyboard strokes. YOU define everything.
Now you don't have to remember hundreds of passwords that may fill your day at work trying to remember. No more going to your group or user admin to reset passwords that you forgot. With a quick look you have the information handy and available.
~Easy to use front-end.
~Easily manage stored information.
~Easily add application descriptions, ~usernames and passwords.
~Easily modify usernames and passwords.
~Secured access to the Password Store interface.
~Tightly encrypted storage of program usernames and passwords
~Small and compact database to prevent those prying eyes
~Multi-user capability on the same PC and across the LAN.
~Password creation utility to assist and use proper techniques when creating passwords.
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