A lightweight utility that presses keys automatically, in accordance with the settings you provide and runs on very low CPU and RAM
|Updated||Mar 1st 2016|
Arifur Rahman N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.1 MB|
Auto Key Presser is a straightforward piece of software that can automatically press keys at user's choice, as the name implies. It does not include configuration options at the moment, but it is a work in progress.
After a rapid and uneventful setup procedure that does not require special attention from the user, you are greeted by a small, regular window with a simple structure, where you can trigger a single key or key combination.
All you have to do is select the key to press (numbers, letters, function or special keys) and time interval (in seconds), and initialize the task with the click of a button. Stopping the operation requires user intervention, though. There are no other options available through this tool.
Auto Key Presser Crack has a good response time and works well. We have not come across any issues in our evaluation, since the program did not cause the operating system to hang, crash or pop up error messages.
It uses low CPU and RAM, so it doesn't affect the computer's overall performance. Since it can be minimized to the system tray area, it doesn't interrupt user activity either. Taking into account that this is a beta edition, we expect more things to come from Auto Key Presser.
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