If you find yourself needing to click repeatedly on the same object, whether you're refreshing a page or performing some other monotonous task, there are plenty of programs that can take this job off your hands. Super Mouse Auto Clicker is an easy-to-use and flexible program that can be set to click specific locations on the screen and much more.
The program has a plain and intuitive interface, with a list view that displays all of the mouse commands you've created and saved. Making a new one is as easy as clicking New and then navigating through a rather comprehensive configuration screen. You can set Super Mouse Auto Clicker to click wherever you point your mouse or at a specific fixed spot on the screen. But the program can also be configured to click on a block of a particular color or even on a specific image.
You can also specify the mouse button used, whether it's a single or double click, and the interval between clicks, as well as set the program to start at a particular time or after a certain amount of time has passed. The program can be set to click a specified number of times and to do nothing or go back to the original location after the click has occurred.
Super Mouse Auto Clicker commands can be easily activated using hot keys. There's no Help file, but we found the program to be quite easy to figure out. Overall, we were impressed with Super Mouse Auto Clicker's flexibility, and we recommend it. The program installs politely but leaves a folder behind upon removal.
Editors' note: This is a review of the full version of Super Mouse Auto Clicker 3.6. The trial version is limited to 10 days.