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PTFB Pro

Push the Freakin' Button!

$39.99
v5.3.0.0 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Svr 2012, Svr 2008, Svr 2003
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If you spend any time reading our site, you know that we like anything that lets us save our precious time or cut some of the boring, repetitive elements out of our workflow. Our overworked brains especially like it when these apps are are easy-to-learn and easy-to-use.

Push The Freakin' Button Pro is right up our alley!

PTFB Pro is the perfect tool for automating tasks, reducing keystrokes, and best of all, getting rid of all those nagging automated requests that pop-up at the most inopportune times.

In effect, PTFB Pro is a "don't show this again" option for the many prompts and messages that don't have one of their own. Just tell PTFB Pro what buttons to press and when -- you'll never be bothered again!

And then there's the built-in macro recorder. It can record and playback complex sequences of mouse and keyboard actions, allowing you to quickly cut long repetitive tasks down to size.

PTFB Pro can periodically check to see if a program is currently running on your system. It can launch the target program if it isn't running or restart/close the program if it is.

PTFB Pro can even help keep interruptions at bay when you're not at your computer. Use it to keep attention craving applications from running in your absence, to fill out login fields, or even to keep your Internet connections alive!

Please note folks, the latest version brings the following new features: Visual Triggers, Greatly improved command line control for better integration with Powershell and other script shells, Control the clipboard, Track when a macro was last used and easily archive little-used macros and Instantly test your settings on the “Identifying the Target” page. You can read more about these here

This promotion includes the following:
PTFB Pro - Single License v5.3.0.0 ($39.99)
PTFB Pro - 5 License Value Pack v5.3.0.0 ($144.99)

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Matt Hello,

Do you have any plans for releasing version 6 in the near future? If so, when might that happen?

Thanks.
Oct 18 2018 at 5:02pm Copy Link
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Susan Westlake Hi Matt,
We'll be sticking with v5 releases for at least another year.
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 18 2018 at 5:09pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi Susan,

Great news!

Thanks!
Oct 19 2018 at 3:25am Copy Link
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Robert Crombie Can it prevent W10 from running Windows Defender ?
In W7 I can install Avast Free, and that tells W7 to never run Defender (Even if I decide to disable Avast until windows restarts)
HOWEVER in W10 that trick does not work.
Even with Avast installed it insists on running Defender whenever it feels like it.
If MS stopped using Programmers for analysis/design, and instead re-hired the Analysts, we would not have to suffer this disregard for our desires.
Ideally we should have the ability to tell Defender when to run, and when not to run.
Can your program compensate for the lack of Analysts at MS ?
Rob
PS My main objection to Defender running when it feels like it, is it slows my machine down drastically
Oct 19 2018 at 4:24am Copy Link
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Susan Westlake PTFB's ProgMon macros can kill a running process, but in the specific case of Windows Defender I think it might be blocked, since killing AV processes would be an obvious means of attack by malware. I suspect there's a more direct way to disable Defender if that's what you want to do.
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 19 2018 at 5:12am Copy Link
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John User I have version 5.2.2.0, and if I use its built-in "check for newer version" feature it tells me that this is the latest version. Now I see from this offer that there's a newer version after all, contradicting my installed version. Why is that?

More to the point, is my copy not telling me about the newer version because it's not eligible for this update, perhaps? As far as I know, it should be eligible for minor version upgrades, which to me it sounds like 5.2 -> 5.3 should be classified as.

Thanks
Oct 19 2018 at 4:50pm Copy Link
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Susan Westlake Sorry about that - we just forgot to update the online version file at the last release - it's done now. The omission didn't affect eligibility for upgrades at all, it just let 5.2.2.0 think it was the latest.
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 20 2018 at 2:49am Copy Link
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John User @Susan Westlake, my copy still insists it's the latest version, even after quitting and restarting it. Odd. But I should just be able to download and install 5.3.0.0 and install, right? It's a point-revision that my copy is eligible for?
Oct 20 2018 at 5:34pm Copy Link
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Susan Westlake I don't why your copy is not seeing the later release, but yep, just grab the latest installer from our site and run it to update to 5.3.
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 20 2018 at 6:14pm Copy Link
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Mark Krieger I am trying to buy it since an hour, but FastSpring is down for maintenance - and they are down longer now than what they had scheduled and posted.
I don't know if I can wait them out tonight any more :(
Oct 20 2018 at 10:11pm Copy Link
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Susan Westlake Sorry about that Mark, Fastspring are usually pretty good. Looks like got through in the end though?
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 21 2018 at 1:53am Copy Link
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Rich D I missed this deal. Any plans on doing it again soon?
Oct 21 2018 at 9:15am Copy Link
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Mark Krieger @Susan Westlake
Yeah. I just managed to check back later after all and Fastspring managed to get out of maintenance before the deal ended.
Oct 21 2018 at 12:21pm Copy Link
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Susan Westlake Hi Rich D,
I'm not sure when the next one will be but when BDJ has a free slot we'll certainly take it.
Technology Lighthouse - Oct 22 2018 at 2:27am Copy Link
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