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I think my buddy CQ may have turned me on to this program. Sure glad he did because it is a dandy.

PTFB stands for "Push The Freakin' Button" and that's what it does. Why do you want a button pusher? To get rid of those annoying confirmation pop up messages, that's why!

It normally lives in the system tray using about 0.25% of the CPU and maybe 500KB. When a confirmation box pops up, just double click the PTFB icon and this window will pop up...
Do what it says and then push the button for the last'll never see that confirmation dialog again!

There are options to tweak just exactly how it behaves. Here's what the author says...

A freeware, button pressing utility for use with Windows 95/98/ME, NT4 and Windows 2000.

When a dialog causes irritation, you simply tell PTFB which button should be pressed, and it will handle the dialog in future.

By default, PTFB is cautious - a dialog has to be a perfect match for its hitlist entry before any buttons will be pressed. But it can be set to be less strict, allowing a range of similar dialogs to be handled from one hitlist entry.

Main Features
  • Simple drag-drop interface for adding buttons to the "hit-list".
  • Buttons will only be pressed once per appearance - no pressing frenzy if button does not dismiss the dialog.
  • Task bar icon for easy access and notification of impending button press.
  • Configurable press delay and three methods of identifying potential targets

Put a shortcut to it in
so it will run whenever you boot the computer.

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