How to Click Mouse Automatically Instead of Hand?

If you click mouse frequently when you are playing game or working, Auto Clicker can release your finger and save your time.

Game players may find some irritating games require you to click many hundred times or high-speed clicking before you achieve the goal. In this case, the thing you need most is an auto click tool to save your fingers. If you click mouse frequently when you are playing game or working, Auto Clicker by Shocker can release your finger and save your time.

Auto Clicker Shocker is a free tool. It allows you to make your single or double clicks automatically using any of the three mouse buttons-left, middle and right. And you can set an interval of time at which the clicks will occur. You can also set pauses, freezing the cursor, and stopping automatically after a desired amount of clicks.

So how to make Auto Clicker perform?

1. Download Auto Clicker. Install and launch the tool on your computer.
2. Set Clicking Options. Select the Mouse button and set Click choices on the drop-down lists. If you want to stop the cursor from moving during clicking, you can also check a box labeled Freeze the pointer.
3. You could set the optional Auto-stop feature to stop clicking after intervals of a certain number of clicks under Group/Interval.
4. You can also set a hot key to stop the clicks on demand. Under Settings, you could change the Click/Stop hot key from F9 to avoid conflicts with other programs.
5. Users can hide Auto Clicker while it's clicking and/or show itself when it finishes through the View Setting tool. Of course, you could also show or hide the program from its System Tray menu.
6. So you've finished the set-up. Press the Click button. Auto Clicker now starts doing its job.
7. Click Stop or press the hot key to stop the clicking in its tracks.

An Alternative Tool:
GS Auto Clicker is another freeware that can help you finish clicking automatically. You can simply press a specific hot key to start the clicking. The software even lets you record sequences of clicks on different parts of the screen to be used over and over.

You can select a mouse button to use and also select single or double clicks on the Options menu. The application can also be set to click just a certain number of times or to continue clicking until it's stopped, and you can adjust the interval between clicks in hours, minutes, seconds, or milliseconds.

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