We're still trying to figure out if there's anything Macro Express can't do. It can automate typing a phrase, clicking an interface button, ejecting the CD-ROM, dialing a modem, pinging a site, and changing the desktop wallpaper. It can activate shortcuts with hot keys, text aliases, mouse movements, and pop-up menus. Neophytes get a great help file and wizards for just about everything. Power users can edit scripts manually and link macros with conditionals and variables. You can spend hours at play in the fields of the options menu. True, Macro Express takes up a considerable amount of system memory (9MB), and its forbidding interface keeps it (by a hair) from our highest recommendation. But its usability and mind-boggling feature set make it a superb choice for common users and IT professionals.
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What's new in version 3.10
|Version 3.10 has added support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 and fixed a problem with the LICENSECODE advanced installation option.|
|Publisher||Insight Software Solutions|
|Publisher web site||http://www.wintools.com/|
|Release Date||April 01, 2014|
|Date Added||April 01, 2014|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8|
|Downloads Last Week||5|
|License Model||Free to try|