MacroMakerfor Windows


Create Macros to automate your daily and frequent tasks

MacroMaker is a software that lets you program in a set of simple or complex commands

Automate processes

Daily tasks can be tedious, and you do them so often you do them without thinking. But this still takes time, so why not use a macro?

A macro is a single key that expands into a series of instructions to your computer, often as other keystrokes and generally fulfills a specified task.

Gamers will especially love macros as it gives them an edge in gaming. Have you ever played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and have seen people bunny hopping, but failed to do so yourself? This is because players use a macro to continuously press spacebar and keep jumping.

Using MacroMaker, you’ll be able to step up your game by making a macro for everything you need from unique and hard to hit combos to triple tapping your bullet shots without creating recoil.

You’re also fully capable of boosting your workflow by using macros. A standard macro to use is 'Alt + Tab' which switches screens. You’re given freedom to create a macro that will sign an email for you and send it on its way, saving you a few precious seconds.

To create a macro in MacroMaker simply record the keystrokes you’d like the macro to make. Once these are recorded, choose a shortcut that will activate the macro every time it’s pressed.

Where can you run this program?

MacroMaker is available only for Windows systems running on the latest versions of Windows.

Is there a better alternative?

Yes and no. There are programs which automate your tasks, but many of them use in-depth commands that can get confusing. In MacroMaker you’re only recording keystrokes.

Our take

Macromaker is an exciting program designed to make life in front of your computer easier. Record keystrokes and create macros to save time or do amazing combos.

Should you download it?

Yes, if you’re looking for a way to simplify your workflow, then this application is a must-have. It’s great for gamers too.


  • Good documentation
  • Good for automating routines
  • Can save time with repetitive work


  • Niche uses
  • Not intuitive to use
  • Requires virtual keyboard to use

MacroMakerfor Windows

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