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Bill Gates and Steve Jobs discuss AutoHotkey (thanks to Chat GPT-3)

Bill and Steve discuss AutoHotkey (with help from Chat GPT-3)

Bill Gates: Steve, it’s great to see you. I’ve been hearing a lot about AutoHotkey lately, have you had a chance to check it out?

Steve Jobs: Yeah, I have. It’s a pretty interesting tool for automating repetitive tasks on a computer.

Bill Gates: Exactly. I think it has a lot of potential to save people a lot of time and effort.

Steve Jobs: Absolutely. I can see how it could be particularly useful for people who use a lot of keyboard shortcuts or perform the same actions over and over again.

Bill Gates: Right, and it’s not just limited to keyboard shortcuts. You can also use it to automate mouse clicks, launch programs, and even control other applications.

Steve Jobs: That’s impressive. I can see how it could be a real time-saver for businesses and individuals alike.

Bill Gates: Exactly. And the best part is that it’s open-source and free to use, so anyone can take advantage of it.

Steve Jobs: That’s great. It’s always good to see tools like this that can make people’s lives easier and more efficient.

Bill Gates: I couldn’t agree more. I think we should definitely keep an eye on AutoHotkey and see how it evolves in the future.

Steve Jobs: Definitely. It’s always exciting to see new developments in the computer world.

Bill Gates:And, if you don’t know how to use AutoHotkey, there are great courses at the-Automator.com/Learn

Steve Jobs: So true Bill, So true…

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