Here DialogDevil is answering a WordPad dialog for the very first time
using drag and drop.
Thereafter, the answer is remembered and DialogDevil auto-clicks
the answer whenever the dialog reappears.
WordPad dialog width adjusted to fit on this page.
Thanks, Dennis. I was skeptical about this; figured Vista would raise a
stink about automatically closing any of its warnings. But it works
-- David Hyde DPlot Graph
Get more done
DialogDevil automates mundane tasks and speeds up your work.
Unblocks Windows Servers too
Do you have Windows servers which hang because an application is waiting for
a response? Don't let user complaints tell you your server is not responding.
Get a DialogDevil site license (specify quantity of 200) and put DialogDevil on every server and
client in your company for even more productivity.
If Windows Update popups on your screen every 10 minutes during an important presentation,
you look like a jerk. Take control with DialogDevil and have virtually any dialog
auto-clicked so you do not have to answer.
Using auto-position ... even on multiple monitors
Set the initial size and on-screen position of windows when they open. Rather than some
uncoordinated one window on top of another desktop, you arrange the windows
you use most to be most productive. Now click each window to memorize size and position
and that each window's position in your arrangement is remembered.
Auto-position works across multiple monitors. Note that auto-position sets the initial
position when the window opens. When
you run the application again and re-open the window, it opens in the position and size you
lasted entered via the auto-position tool.
Using auto-close, auto-minimize, and auto-maximize
These three tools extend the functions found on most windows.
Now, you can minimize, maximize, or close specific windows when they start up.
even more features
DialogDevil contains added functions
for taming User Account Control (UAC) and nagging System Tray Balloon reminders.
Simply controlling UAC all by itself makes
Vista and Win 7 a rather pleasant experience ... and far more productive.
Runs on Windows XP, 2003, Vista, and Win 7 (requires administrator privileges).