What is the difference between the AutoHotkey and AutoIT? Both are similar Windows automation tools. Historically AutoHotkey was even a clone (“fork”) of AutoIT. It was created after the AutoIT team refused to add better keyboard shortcut support (“Hotkeys”). But the AutoIT developers did not like that AHK copied code from AutoIT. To avoid this, they made AutoIT closed source. From this point on the tools diverged in their feature set, syntax and user community.
There are many Robotic Process Automation (RPA) tools in the market now, some with huge price tags and some so complicated that they need their own “RPA University”. But the main aim of RPA is simple: To let the bot do the tasks which are easy, repetitive and documented – so that by using these rules a bot (macro) is able to complete the task.
In this post we compare UIPath with Automation Anywhere (AA).
Robotic Process Automation has created a great deal of buzz in and around the technology space. The main aim of RPA is to let the bot do the tasks which are easy, repetitive and documented – so that by using these rules a bot (macro) is able to complete the task.
In this post we compare UIPath with Blue Prism.
Yes, you read this right: Android app mirroring will be part of Microsoft’s new Your Phone app for Windows 10.
Using app mirroring, you can “cast” your entire phone display to your Windows 10 laptop or desktop. Using your mouse, keyboard, or touch display, you can then manipulate your Android device right from your computer. That means launching apps, texting, playing games, and more.
Now searches are going to get more visual with the addition of Google Lens support in Google Image Search.
Until now, Google Lens was available as a standalone app and a part of Google Photos. It was made to help users identify the object they are looking at and find more details. Now it will become part of your regular search experience.