Security Software Analysis Easy Macro Recorder

Easy Macro Recorder 2.1 for Windows

by GoldSolution Software, Inc.

Avg. Rating 2.0 (4 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.3 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 849
Publisher GoldSolution Software, Inc.
Homepage Easy Macro Recorder

Publisher's Description

Easy Macro Recorder is a utility that makes your computers automatically do work for you. It records all operations of mouse and keystrokes and saves them as macros, then it can play back the recorded macros to automate your work.

Latest Reviews

langloisc

langloisc reviewed v2.1 on Apr 7, 2006

I think this software is decent for what it is. I use it to submit multiple Help Desk jobs and it helps me out alot. But it does go out of control sometimes when you leave it for a while. I've noticed that sometimes the mouse movement will stop until you move it manually and then it will resume the macro recording. But overall I give it average ratings.

zyfos

zyfos reviewed v2.1 on Mar 3, 2006

This software will record mouse movements, but it sure is buggy. The timing on the mouse movements isn't quite realtime. Normal speed settings go a bit faster than originally programmed. When you tell it to run a macro more than once, it can sometimes go on the fritz and execute them as fast as possible, which can really mess up the program you are trying to use the macro on.

Avg. Rating 2.0 (4 votes)
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langloisc

langloisc reviewed v2.1 on Apr 7, 2006

I think this software is decent for what it is. I use it to submit multiple Help Desk jobs and it helps me out alot. But it does go out of control sometimes when you leave it for a while. I've noticed that sometimes the mouse movement will stop until you move it manually and then it will resume the macro recording. But overall I give it average ratings.

zyfos

zyfos reviewed v2.1 on Mar 3, 2006

This software will record mouse movements, but it sure is buggy. The timing on the mouse movements isn't quite realtime. Normal speed settings go a bit faster than originally programmed. When you tell it to run a macro more than once, it can sometimes go on the fritz and execute them as fast as possible, which can really mess up the program you are trying to use the macro on.

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