Using your computer can be rather routine. Just to convert an image, can take a few keystrokes. Perform this conversion a few times and you'll soon find that you've wasted 30 minutes converting images you require for creating a document. However, there's no reason you could either batch-process these images or use an automated process to load, convert then save them for further use. To do this, you'll need an automation tool.
RoboTask 2.6 is a commercial tool that will enable you to record key and mouse strokes so that you can save time performing certain tasks. You can even use RoboTask to assign tasks to a key combination, so that you can quickly open multiple applications.
Could be used for everything from search-and-rescue robots to wearable tech
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