WinBatch is a scripting language for Windows 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, and W2K. Macros can be run from icons, hotkeys, or other software macros to automate all aspects of PC operation. WinBatch+Compiler, the corporate development package, makes executable runtimes for unlimited distribution. Featured in WinBatch are a simple BASIC-like syntax, network management, string-handling, keystroke recording, and various functions for file management, directory management, disk drive management, Window management, mathematical computation, DDE, OLE, messaging, serial communications, internet communications, Windows control manipulation and multi-media events. Send email or ftp files from a database app? No problem with WinBatch. There are two main benefits of using WinBatch for system automation applications. The first is the programming language. It comes complete with functions pre-wired to handle tasks you must code in other tools. The second is rapid deployment. Because most of the work is already done for you in free sample code, you finish projects faster. In short, WinBatch provides macro automation for everything on a Windows 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, and W2K machines. WinBatch+Compiler turns macros into royalty-free executables that can be run from within any custom app or database.