Lots of professional applications, such as Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Word, feature macro recorders that enable you to record a sequence of actions and reproduce it at any time afterwards. This comes in extremely handy in situations when you have to deal with multiple routine tasks, such as image scanning or resizing. But what about millions of other programs that do not have built-in automation capabilities? That’s where MouseRobot comes into play!
MouseRobot is an easy to learn and use automation tool that will enable you to save a great deal of time by executing pre-recorded actions under Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP or Windows 2003. Configure your working environment for maximum performance and record any actions — from the simplest ones to complex scenarios consisting of dozens of steps. Note that MouseRobot does not record mouse moves! It uses its unique engine to create a virtual map of control elements and interact with them even if they are changed during the work of the program. Recorded action sequences are executed as quickly as possible and the duration of each sequence is only limited by the performance of your computer. If you need to modify a separate element of a recorded sequence, you don’t need to record the whole macro again — just edit the part that you want to change.
MouseRobot enables you to automate virtually any action — from recording a DVD disk to installing a pack of programs or applying complex effects to several images. If you are looking for a whole new level of automation, make sure to try MouseRobot in action!