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AutoHotkey is a scripting language primarily used to automate various repetitive tasks by allowing you to send simulated keystrokes and/or mouse clicks to any Windows application. AutoHotkey scripts can also display dialog boxes, menus and data entry forms to interact with the user. AutoHotKey scripts can run in Windows XP/Vista/7 and can be converted into EXE files that can be run on computers that don't have AutoHotkey installed.

An typical example where AutoHotKey is used is to automate the install of an application by sending keystrokes and mouse clicks to the application installer. You can use the script to auto install the application on other machines without you having to manually click on Next, Next, Next, Agree to License, enter installation path, etc).