Computer work can be very routine. Tasks are the same every single day and it's easy to get slower, even though you're following the same process on your machine. There must be easier ways to automate tasks, so that you can get on with the real work. Better still, if you automate these tasks, when you attempt to access your computer remotely, it's much easier to run a macro on the remote system, rather than having to use your slow network connection to run through the task manually.
xStarter 1.8.8 is a tool that you can use to automate some of the work you do on a daily basis. You can then create a macro and save it as an executable task. When you need to run through that task again, simply run that macro. You can even schedule these macros so that they run at a particular time during the day - such as outside office hours.
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