Power automate desktop download: On Tuesday, Microsoft Ignite announced it would be free to use the Power Automate Desktop. This allows Windows 10 users to use low-code automation (RPA). The technology can be downloaded and available in the Window Insider Preview in the next few weeks. This user-friendly application with low code allows code makers and non-coders to optimize personal and professional working processes by automating repetitive and time-consuming manual tasks on Windows 10.
Since RPA was introduced in Power Automate in 2019, the Microsoft Power Automate team has grown enormously, with hundreds of thousands using technology and taking billions every month.
Charles Lamanna, the CVP of Microsoft’s Power Platform Engineering said: “We had this task to seek to democratize development by the powerful platform for everyone.
“And, of course, that means making products which can be accessible to anyone, and it’s about no-code / low-code whether it’s Power Apps construction or Power Automate automation.
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