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If you are looking for SCAR Divi, you have come to the right place. We explain what SCAR Divi is and point you to the official download.

What is SCAR Divi?

SCAR Divi is a program that provides the user with a macro scripting environment. The program was developed by Frédéric Hannes to enable users to automate frequently-launched tasks on a Windows environment. The created macro enables the user to automatically launch a unified task, without having to go through the entire step by step process in order to enable a specific task to execute.

SCAR Divi utilizes the Pascal programming language for writing macro scripts. The program also uses several algorithm patterns to automate macros such as color, image and text recognition. In addition to command-line scripting, the program also provides a visual form tool to enable users to attach form to the scripts being written.

Hotkey functions are likewise implemented with the program, enabling the user to instantly execute or terminate scripts. Firewall protection is provided by the software to prevent attacks from maliciously-written scripts.

SCAR Divi is a free software program that runs on Windows operating systems, generally from Windows XP to Windows 7, in both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

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File types supported by SCAR Divi

Our users primarily use SCAR Divi to open these file types:

About file types supported by SCAR Divi

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Last updated: : March 13, 2013