This article is the second part of Windows Automation which we have discussed previously. Although the tool we are using is same and it’s WinAutomation but the rechnique used to automate tasks is a bit different. Now we’ll record our mouse activities and keyboard actions to create an automated task. If you have missed the first one then read it first.

For this article I have created a video tutorial but WordPress doesn’t allow me to upload videos. That’s why I have taken the help of youtube.You can find the video tutorial using this link.

Here we have two additional things we can do once we have created a job. We can create a standalone exe file for any job which we can execute through a single click. We can also add triggers to execute a task after a specific time. So guys watch the video and try it and I am sure you’ll like it.


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