A tool that clicks the mouse extremely quickly. Using keyboard keys (or mouse buttons) as the trigger, you can position the mouse, then hit a key to click up to 9999 times every second.
- Click up to 9999 times every second!
- Trigger the clicking with a keyboard key or mouse button that you can set.
- Simulate left, middle or right mouse clicks.
- Automatically stop at a certain number of clicks.
"Fastclicker" is a good but ancient museum program. Respecting it, I have migrated to "The Windows Intel Fastest Mouse Clicker" (search here or google it). It is 9.2 times faster than "Fastclicker" according to my measurements. So I look to the sources and see why. And you?
This is nice program, but it seems a bit obsolete and relatively slow. I've switched to "The Windows Intel Fastest Mouse Clicker" (formerly "The Guinness Fastest Mouse Clicker" mentioned by tomeddenberg here). The latter application uses fine balance between arrayed SendInput() and Sleep() system calls instead of ancient single mouse_event() that is evident from the source code. Finally "The Windows Intel Fastest Mouse Clicker" is built with Intel C/C++ compiler 15.0 and it performs some five times faster.
A good old-school application; its free open source successor, "The Guinness Fastest Mouse Clicker" is 5-10 times faster. Google it or search here, you'll find it easily.