Push The Freakin' Button is a mouse auto-clicker and form filler for automatically handling confirmation screens and other windows that interrupt your workflow. PTFB quietly keeps watch from the system tray. When it sees a window that you have previously targeted, it carries out the button and key presses that you have defined, saving you time, irritation and finger-wear.
Since its first release in 1998, PTFB has reduced the irritations of the Windows environment for countless users. The latest version builds on this success by adding an impressive list of features, including greater control over response speed, carrying out sequences of mouse and keyboard actions (macros), keeping track of what dialogs have been handled in your absence, running programs, scripts or sending emails in response to a specific dialog opening, and much more.