AutoWikiBrowser is a semi-automated MediaWiki editor for Microsoft Windows, created to make tedious repetitive tasks quicker and easier. It works its way through a list of articles, making changes and accepting manual changes. It is not a bot because all edits are checked.
At present, it can create a list of pages from single or multiple categories, "what links here", the wiki links on a page, a text file, a Google search, a user's watchlist, or a user's contributions.
It also comes with an integrated program to scan Wikipedia database dumps. The edit box of it supports the Microsoft Text Services Framework for use with speech recognition/handwriting applications.
1. MediaWiki API Usage
2. MediaWiki Semi-Automated Editing
3. MediaWiki Database Dump Scanner.
Rules of use
1. Check every edit before you save it. Make sure you understand the text and have NOT changed the meaning.
2. Don't edit too quickly; consider opening a bot account if you are regularly making more than a few edits a minute.
3. Don't do anything controversial with it. If there is a chance that the edits you are considering might be controversial, consider soliciting comment at the village pump or appropriate WikiProject before proceeding.
4. Avoid making insignificant or inconsequential edits such as only adding or removing some white space, moving a stub tag, converting some HTML to Unicode, removing underscores from links (unless they are bad links), bypassing a redirect, or something equally trivial. This is because it wastes resources and clogs up watch lists.
5. Abide by all Wikipedia guidelines, policies and common practices.
The license of this software is Free, you can free download and free use this web browser software.