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Windows 10 users to get free access to Microsoft Power Automate Desktop

By   Rini Dalvi

Date: Mar 27, 2021

Washington-based technology company Microsoft Corporation recently announced that its popular workflow automation service called the Power Automate Solution will soon be available free of cost for Windows 10 laptops and computers.

Microsoft’s Power Automate Solution basically mechanizes repetitive and manual tasks which reduce productivity among employees and can help in improving workflow with the help of Robotic Process Automate.

According to the tech giant, automated solutions are currently in high demand especially in unpredictable scenarios amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additionally, Microsoft Power Automate permits companies to record and replay actions like keyboard and mouse clicks. These actions can be replayed limitlessly on various applications such as Microsoft Excel, Outlook as well as other third-party apps and websites.

According to reliable sources, the application can extract and compile data from PDFs, database files, websites, and Excel spreadsheets to create reports as specified by the user.

Microsoft is providing this automated facility to organizations as well through an Attended RPA plan which permits clients to use more than 400 connectors through a cloud.

In a press release, Microsoft commented that its Power Automate Solution was updated to include more low-code RPA capabilities after it had acquired Sofomotive, a company that specializes in RPA systems. It is available in English, Japanese, French, German and Spanish and is reportedly used by several companies.

Notably, Microsoft is also working on another tool that identifies the causes behind the slowdown of processes and subsequently recommends relevant methods to combat the issue.

Over the years, Microsoft has released various innovative and useful applications by effectively gauging the needs of users. It will be interesting to see which new and useful applications it will bring to the market in the upcoming years.

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