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I don’t use Windows, so I had totally brushed aside the offer of 4 free Professional license of WinAutomation. However, I felt it should be useful to Windows users who visit my site. So, here you go — stand a chance to win a WinAutomation license Professional Edition (I’ve got 4 licenses to give away).

What do you need to do?

Just comment on how you will use WinAutomation to help you in your daily Windows Computing.

What is WinAutomation?

WinAutomation is a powerful automation tool that helps you automate any repetitive task on your computer.

UPDATE:

  • The professional licenses were given out to (a) Abhishek Baxi (b) Raul Almeida Carvalho (c) Andreas (d) Mauro and (e) Hayco.
  • The give-away has ended.

32 Comments

  1. I would like to develop a macro for my colleagues to do a boring statistic thing in our company. I hope you can help me to create a .exe File....

    Best regards from Germany

    Hayco

  2. Good to have a giveaway oppurtunity.

    I sure would like a license, since Winautomation would help automate maintenance tasks on my computer and schedule FTP Backups and hosting account backup.

  3. Good to have a giveaway oppurtunity.

    I sure would like a license, since Winautomation would help automate maintenance tasks on my computer and schedule FTP Backups and hosting account backup.

  4. I'm searching a software like this to automate some tedious procedure on IBM CICS session, copiing data from/to CICS and WIN
    and also for continuous printer configuration change. I need to create an .exe to give to my colleagues.

    Ciao, by Italy

    Mauro

  5. I'm searching a software like this to automate some tedious procedure on IBM CICS session, copiing data from/to CICS and WIN
    and also for continuous printer configuration change. I need to create an .exe to give to my colleagues.

    Ciao, by Italy

    Mauro

  6. I would use it next time I have to configure a poorly half-baked IDE called "High-performance Embedded Workshop" with a GNU Compiler Toolchain and have to compile and flash the code to a microprocessor. That can really drive you mad...

    ... 20 settings or so have to be done and if you forget one setting it doesn't work or the IDE will crash and you can do all settings again. *arrrgh*

  7. I would use it next time I have to configure a poorly half-baked IDE called "High-performance Embedded Workshop" with a GNU Compiler Toolchain and have to compile and flash the code to a microprocessor. That can really drive you mad...

    ... 20 settings or so have to be done and if you forget one setting it doesn't work or the IDE will crash and you can do all settings again. *arrrgh*

  8. I have been studying electronic music production for the last 3 years and one of the things that i really need is a program like this. Let me explain. I work on a software named Ableton Live (since version 5) - http://www.ableton.com - and i have some MIDI controllers here. I really enjoyed the software BOME Midi translator - http://www.bome.com -, this piece of code really helps me doing macros for my midi keyboards. In the last 3 weeks i started to read a lot about AutoIT3 and finally i started to get some results with macros, but it's very hard for me to code in AutoIT since it is based in Basic(and have no GUI at all), and i am not a coder, for sure.

    I need macros to automate a lot of keyboard/mouse operations, so i can give more attention to my MIDI controllers and the audio itself!

    So, like i saw in their site, WinAutomation will let me do exactly what i want with no effort at all, specialy compared to AutoIT and similars.

    Sure i have a lot more uses to this awesome software, like getting some torrents from trackers that i am in, doing repetitive tasks with spreadsheets in my job and much, much more! I am almost happy since i discovered AutoIT. With WinAutomation i will be almost a cheerleader, lol.

    Right now i am trying to code a function that "walks" in a 9x9 matrix, changing the steps of a sequencer and i'm almost crazy here!

    Best regards,
    Raul Almeida Carvalho

  9. I have been studying electronic music production for the last 3 years and one of the things that i really need is a program like this. Let me explain. I work on a software named Ableton Live (since version 5) - http://www.ableton.com - and i have some MIDI controllers here. I really enjoyed the software BOME Midi translator - http://www.bome.com -, this piece of code really helps me doing macros for my midi keyboards. In the last 3 weeks i started to read a lot about AutoIT3 and finally i started to get some results with macros, but it's very hard for me to code in AutoIT since it is based in Basic(and have no GUI at all), and i am not a coder, for sure.

    I need macros to automate a lot of keyboard/mouse operations, so i can give more attention to my MIDI controllers and the audio itself!

    So, like i saw in their site, WinAutomation will let me do exactly what i want with no effort at all, specialy compared to AutoIT and similars.

    Sure i have a lot more uses to this awesome software, like getting some torrents from trackers that i am in, doing repetitive tasks with spreadsheets in my job and much, much more! I am almost happy since i discovered AutoIT. With WinAutomation i will be almost a cheerleader, lol.

    Right now i am trying to code a function that "walks" in a 9x9 matrix, changing the steps of a sequencer and i'm almost crazy here!

    Best regards,
    Raul Almeida Carvalho

  10. I use EBay to sell goods. I could use some automation to automatically send an invoice to the highest bidder when the bidding ends or to "buy It Now" buyer whenever a sale happens.

    Currently eBay wants me to manually generate invoice an send a payment reminder to the buyers!

  11. I use EBay to sell goods. I could use some automation to automatically send an invoice to the highest bidder when the bidding ends or to "buy It Now" buyer whenever a sale happens.

    Currently eBay wants me to manually generate invoice an send a payment reminder to the buyers!

  12. bs"d

    I edit every day documents and change them to templates in pdf and the upload them to blog etc. all this I can do with this grate software.

    Thanks WinAutomation!!!

  13. bs"d

    I edit every day documents and change them to templates in pdf and the upload them to blog etc. all this I can do with this grate software.

    Thanks WinAutomation!!!

  14. Well if the competition is still open. I would like to be entered since I couldnt win a licence in an another forum. Winautomation would be good to backup windows in a schedueled way and also to run the cleaning tools and also to take snapshots of individual tasks.

  15. Well if the competition is still open. I would like to be entered since I couldnt win a licence in an another forum. Winautomation would be good to backup windows in a schedueled way and also to run the cleaning tools and also to take snapshots of individual tasks.

  16. I would like to use it for media file management tag maintenance.

  17. I would like to use it for media file management tag maintenance.

  18. Hi,

    You guys have really outdone yourself with this giveaway. I was considering buying this
    software and would LOVE nothing more than to win a professional license.

    However I do not just want this program because I could win it for free through your giveaway but rather because it would really help me increase my productivity at work and make my computing a much more efficient and rewarding experience!

    Here are the features of the software that would increase my productivity:

    1. The “Visual Job Designer” – this lets you build tasks by dragging and dropping predefined actions. This would be great for me because every time I start a new client matter in the legal area of the company I work for a I have to go through a number of administrative steps to set up client files in the computing system involving: creating folders, copy documents to those folders from e-mail , and setting up a task for each matter in the tasking track system that I use (i.e. Task Coach). I have long been look for a way to automate this arduous process - but I am not coder! – so the Visual Job Designer is exactly what I am looking for because it presents results in clear English that I can understand and re-order/edit.

    2. The use of “Predefined Actions” – this really excites me because often I know the action I need to automate but would not have a clue how. If I could easily automate mouse clicks, keystrokes or file operations – this would drastically improve my work productivity!

    3. The “Macro Recorder” – plain and simple - this I would love. I current use plain boring old WinMacro. It gets the job done but you cannot edit the macros and it is painfully slow and often does not work properly. Where macros really come in handy is for logging on to work client management systems with multiple login screens. I really would benefit from a Macro recorder that would allow me to edit the Macro’s I create with the Visual Reorder. The ability to fine tune a macro created is a real plus and a feature that excites me! Another Program I have been considering for this purpose but have not yet purchased is MacroExpress Pro.

    4. The “Integrated Debugger” – this is great for refining problematic automated tasks and is a really useful tool I would enjoy utilizing to perfect macros and other automated tasks created!

    5. “Exception Handling” – this is also a great tool because it gives you the option to handle exceptional conditions that could hinder the operation of an automated task. This would be gold for me when I have to upload documents and information to a customer relationship management system being used by thousands of other staff simultaneously to me globally and my connection to the system times out or stalls because the system overloads. I cannot express how much heartache and time this Exception Handling would save me.

    6. “Image Recognition” (Hallelujah!) – I have been using WinMacro to log into a client customer database. When the macro works it opens Internet Explorer and clicks defined links in my Favorites Bar and then on screen images and then types passwords to log in to the system. This is great when the right size window opens (i.e. when it’s maximised) because the macro relies on the mouse point coordinates. However, when and non-maximised window opens it is a nightmare and all sorts of links on the website being logged into are clicked and opened in error and you cannot stop this (or do anything at all on the computer) until the macro is finished playing – aaarrghhh! It is very frustrating – so much so that I have resorted to once again logging in time and again throughout the day “manually”. But Image Recognition would fix these issues and would be a g-d send and show the designers of this software have really thought the use of it through!

    7. “Triggers” – this is a great idea because when I create a new client file in windows explorer for a matter the trigger could be set off to open my task manager (task coach) to set up a new task and perform other routine administrative tasks I would have to do as well – awesome! This software sounds better by the minute!

    8. “Compile to Exe” – the icing on the cake! This is one of the best features of this software. It would be really great to use compiled jobs on other computers where WinAutomation is not installed. Hence the Compile to Exe feature is a must for this type of software! For me this is great as I use a wealth of portable applications from a 32GB flash drive and would relish the ability to take the compiled jobs/scripts to use on other computers I have to use at work with the same client management systems on them. Notably this feature is also included in AutoHotHey another macro automation type application – but I am not a coder – and have trouble using AutoHotKey other than for VERY basic scripts.
    Well that’s my reasoning for why this software would be a great help to me. Hopefully I win a license as I could really make use of it.

    Keep up the good work!

  19. Hi,

    You guys have really outdone yourself with this giveaway. I was considering buying this
    software and would LOVE nothing more than to win a professional license.

    However I do not just want this program because I could win it for free through your giveaway but rather because it would really help me increase my productivity at work and make my computing a much more efficient and rewarding experience!

    Here are the features of the software that would increase my productivity:

    1. The “Visual Job Designer” – this lets you build tasks by dragging and dropping predefined actions. This would be great for me because every time I start a new client matter in the legal area of the company I work for a I have to go through a number of administrative steps to set up client files in the computing system involving: creating folders, copy documents to those folders from e-mail , and setting up a task for each matter in the tasking track system that I use (i.e. Task Coach). I have long been look for a way to automate this arduous process - but I am not coder! – so the Visual Job Designer is exactly what I am looking for because it presents results in clear English that I can understand and re-order/edit.

    2. The use of “Predefined Actions” – this really excites me because often I know the action I need to automate but would not have a clue how. If I could easily automate mouse clicks, keystrokes or file operations – this would drastically improve my work productivity!

    3. The “Macro Recorder” – plain and simple - this I would love. I current use plain boring old WinMacro. It gets the job done but you cannot edit the macros and it is painfully slow and often does not work properly. Where macros really come in handy is for logging on to work client management systems with multiple login screens. I really would benefit from a Macro recorder that would allow me to edit the Macro’s I create with the Visual Reorder. The ability to fine tune a macro created is a real plus and a feature that excites me! Another Program I have been considering for this purpose but have not yet purchased is MacroExpress Pro.

    4. The “Integrated Debugger” – this is great for refining problematic automated tasks and is a really useful tool I would enjoy utilizing to perfect macros and other automated tasks created!

    5. “Exception Handling” – this is also a great tool because it gives you the option to handle exceptional conditions that could hinder the operation of an automated task. This would be gold for me when I have to upload documents and information to a customer relationship management system being used by thousands of other staff simultaneously to me globally and my connection to the system times out or stalls because the system overloads. I cannot express how much heartache and time this Exception Handling would save me.

    6. “Image Recognition” (Hallelujah!) – I have been using WinMacro to log into a client customer database. When the macro works it opens Internet Explorer and clicks defined links in my Favorites Bar and then on screen images and then types passwords to log in to the system. This is great when the right size window opens (i.e. when it’s maximised) because the macro relies on the mouse point coordinates. However, when and non-maximised window opens it is a nightmare and all sorts of links on the website being logged into are clicked and opened in error and you cannot stop this (or do anything at all on the computer) until the macro is finished playing – aaarrghhh! It is very frustrating – so much so that I have resorted to once again logging in time and again throughout the day “manually”. But Image Recognition would fix these issues and would be a g-d send and show the designers of this software have really thought the use of it through!

    7. “Triggers” – this is a great idea because when I create a new client file in windows explorer for a matter the trigger could be set off to open my task manager (task coach) to set up a new task and perform other routine administrative tasks I would have to do as well – awesome! This software sounds better by the minute!

    8. “Compile to Exe” – the icing on the cake! This is one of the best features of this software. It would be really great to use compiled jobs on other computers where WinAutomation is not installed. Hence the Compile to Exe feature is a must for this type of software! For me this is great as I use a wealth of portable applications from a 32GB flash drive and would relish the ability to take the compiled jobs/scripts to use on other computers I have to use at work with the same client management systems on them. Notably this feature is also included in AutoHotHey another macro automation type application – but I am not a coder – and have trouble using AutoHotKey other than for VERY basic scripts.
    Well that’s my reasoning for why this software would be a great help to me. Hopefully I win a license as I could really make use of it.

    Keep up the good work!

  20. Hi,
    I am a data entry operator, winautomation can help me automating some of my data entry tasks. I have used the trial version and already created the script to automate my task. However the trial version has expired. With winautomation my work load can reduce by 30 - 45 mins.

    - Sonia

  21. Hi,
    I am a data entry operator, winautomation can help me automating some of my data entry tasks. I have used the trial version and already created the script to automate my task. However the trial version has expired. With winautomation my work load can reduce by 30 - 45 mins.

    - Sonia

  22. I use 3d modeling software maya 3d. I could use some automation to automatically send mouse/ keyboard commands so i can skip boring repetitive parts.

  23. I use 3d modeling software maya 3d. I could use some automation to automatically send mouse/ keyboard commands so i can skip boring repetitive parts.

  24. I’m searching for a software to do repetitive IBM CICS session tasks, coping and wiritng data.
    I could really use this software.

    Thank you

    luis

  25. I’m searching for a software to do repetitive IBM CICS session tasks, coping and wiritng data.
    I could really use this software.

    Thank you

    luis

  26. I use winautomation daily to make a log of my girlfriend's call records. I created a task which runs every 20 minuites. So even when I'm away, my computer opens the web browser, logs into my girlfriend's mobile operator site & copies her call records to a word file.
    Which I can read convinietly later when I come home. It gives me piece of mind.

  27. Only for repetitive actions on games, dayly clicks

  28. I will use to add friends in Facebook and to follow in twitter

  29. I didn't get anything, this is a rip off. I did not get WinAutomation
    You are just collecting email to send junk mail to.

    • All the Winners got their licenses. I don't collect emails. I care about that because I do not want me being spammed as well, so I believe I should not allow others to be spammed.

      You should read the post carefully. Those who won, got it. Why would you want to submit your email again when this is already over. And yes, my commenting system is powered by Disqus, feel free to delete your own comments whenever you wish.

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