Developed by Chris Mallet, the software called AutoHotkey functions as desktop automation utility that is scriptable with hotkeys. This utility allows users to generate and design macros and apps that are compatible with any Windows-based systems. The utility is also distributed and released by the company of the same name – AutoHotkey.
AutoHotkey lets users benefit from a free and open-source platform that is capable of automating apps by the use of mouse gesture or via keystrokes. Keyboard and mouse macros can be written via a macro recorder or a hand recorder. Hotkeys generated with the software can be employed for joysticks, mouse, and keyboards. Hotkeys can also be produced with the use of any buttons or keys. Users may also produce expanded abbreviations to aide them use hotkeys and shortcuts with ease.
AutoHotkey also enables users to produce data-entry files and user interfaces that are customizable. Keys can also be remapped with the use of keyboard shortcuts and keys. Users may also send responds to received signals coming from portable RCs using its functionality called WinLIRC client script. EXE files can also be generated via conversion of any script once the software is installed.
Our users primarily use AutoHotkey to open these file types:
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