Simulate automated mouse clicks, specify the clicking speed, as well as create hotkeys for starting and stopping the script using this portable app.

  • AutoclickR
  • Version :1.3
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :2xDSoft

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AutoclickR Description

AutoclickR is a tiny and portable utility that offers a very simple method for creating automated mouse clicks. It contains only a few basic options that should especially cater to beginners. Advanced users are probably interested in richer customization preferences.

No installation required

Since it’s wrapped in a portable package, the app’s executable file can be saved in any part of the hard disk or on a removable storage unit, in order to directly run it on any PC with minimum effort and no previous installers. More importantly, it doesn’t make any modifications to the Windows registry.

Simulate mouse clicks and set the speed

The UI is user-friendly, made from a small window that provides direct access to all available properties. AutoclickR is capable of simulating left, right or middle mouse click.

It lets you specify the clicking speed in milliseconds, and it also facilitates a small area for testing the clicks, displaying the count of left, middle and right clicks.

Specify hotkeys for starting and ending the script

Two distinct keyboard shortcuts can be configured for starting and stopping the repetitive action (one key for each command). Alternatively, you can allow automatic mouse clicking only when you’re holding down a specific hotkey.

Apart from the fact that you can stop the clicking and minimize the main application window to the taskbar to make it non-intrusive, there are no other noteworthy settings provided by the tool.

Evaluation and conclusion

As we expected, it left a small footprint on computer performance in our tests, using low CPU and memory. It didn’t hang, crash or prompt error messages.

On the other hand, AutoclickR is equipped with few options, and it doesn’t give you the possibility to set a combination of at least two keys, since one key for starting the mouse clicking script can seamlessly interrupt your regular PC activity when not using AutoclickR.

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