You can set this simplistic application to automatically right- or left-click your mouse at user-specified intervals, but don't expect it to do anything fancy. Aaron's Cliker's drab interface is packed with six vertical scroll bars to set click intervals in increments of seconds or minutes. It's fairly easy to use, but it looks more like a beta or freeware version than a final product. You also can set a delay in seconds before the program starts clicking. Hot-key support was an unexpected bonus that made it even easier to start or stop the program.
Aaron's Cliker gamely clicked away at various intervals in our tests, performing exactly as promised, but it would have been nice if it had a feature or a hot key for interchanging the right- and left- clicks without having to reset that function from the application. Nonetheless, this single-function trial application can help any user automate mouse clicks.
An automated mouse clicker and typer, give you fingers a rest and let Aarons Auto Clicker do the work for you. It has an inbuilt time delay to allow you to position the cursor before it automatically takes over. The application will remember previous settings and screen locations from its last use so you do not have to keep setting it up. Now has adjustable mouse down time and minutes added, also left/right button selection.
Version 2.8.9 now with Auto-Typer options and multiple clickpoints storage.