From Rob Latour:
A Form Filler automatically fills in windows as quickly as they appear on your screen!
windows that delay your system start-up automatically dealt with,
pesky message boxes dismissed without you lifting a finger,
password prompt windows securely filled in and then 'Ok'ed, and
a series of windows, for example to open up a connection to another PC, automatically filled in.
Of note the program is designed to fill in forms appearing thru the use of other applications, not just browser windows (although it can do that too).
A Form Filler does all this and is fully customizable to your needs.
What's new in this version:
Version 3.3 corrected start up problem. Tested for Windows 10.
Small download. Quick, easy install. Uses very little system resources. Easy to set up using the online help. The ability to add "dividers" so you can organize your actions. It's lightning quick at what it does. Top notch support from the developer. Most importantly, it's an extremely handy and useful tool!
Setting up the keys to send "looks" intimidating (but it's really quite easy). That may scare some people off. It would be nice to have a key to press and hold, like Ctrl or something, that while it's held down, it temporarily disables all actions. That would improve the workflow a bit instead of having to pause all actions through the systray. For a 32 bit application, the default install location should be "C:\Program Files (x86)." When visiting the site via the "check for updates" window, it launches IE to go to the site rather than the user's default browser.
Version 2.5.2 This is a great little program. It saves me so much time by not having to click on those annoying windows that I always answer the same. It all happens in the blink of an eye. Works great on Win7 64 bit. It runs on my PC 11 hours a day, 5 days a week and has never crashed. Nice job!