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How to Auto Click Mouse?

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When playing a game, or sitting in front of the computer waiting for a particular task, it will be a long time to wait, or just doing some repetitive motions. You could not get away from your computer. PCTuneUp Free Auto Clicker is a free auto mouse clicker tool to do some simple tasks instead of manually clicking. It can be used to simulate left clicks & right clicks on any screen or window on computer and then repeat the clicks at any time and as many times as wanted to free you up from tedious work and save precious time.

Step 1. Download and Run Free Auto Clicker

Click here to download PCTuneUp Free Auto Clicker and install it. Double-click the icon to launch the program.

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Step 2. Get Mouse Click Point

In order to auto click your mouse, you need to get the mouse click point at which you want to perform clicking. Here's the way to get the point in X & Y coordinates on your screen.

Move the mouse cursor to the place where you would like the program to click, and press the Spacebar so that the X & Y coordinates will be displayed in X & Y boxes, and the click at this point can be saved. It will record one or multiple specific click points in sequence in X-Y List. The list can be saved as FAC file so that you can load it the next time you need the same actions performed.

Tip: if you are performing a series of clickings and want them to be done repeatedly later as well as next time you start the auto clicker, saving these clicking as a script can save you a lot of time.

Get Mouse Click Point

Step 3. Set Time Interval & Schedule

In the "Time Setting" section, you can set the interval at which the clicks will occur by entering the value in "Click Interval". You can set the clicker to automatically stop after a desired amount of clicks or time, each of which has a counter to count the clicks or time in milliseconds.

Tip: considering the delay caused by slow computer performance or network, you should set an appropriate time interval in case the clicker does not work properly when interval too small.

Set Time Interval & Schedule

Step 4. Select Left/Right Button & Start Auto Click

You can check to automate left click or right click on your computer. Uncheck "Window always on Top" if you don't want to place the clicker on top of other active windows. When everything is ready, click "Start" to start clicking. You can press Pause/ESC on keyboard to pause/stop clicking.

Auto Click Mouse

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