MouseController is an open-source desktop application for Windows that allows you to record mouse movements and clicks, and playback the recorded sequence at anytime. The application can be used in a number of situations. For example, you can use it to move the mouse automatically after a set interval in order to prevent their computer from going to standby. Likewise, it can also come in handy to automatically perform repetitive tasks that require certain mouse clicks or cursor movements. The application is quite robust and powerful, storing and repeating mouse actions quite precisely. Furthermore, it's a portable application, meaning you don't even need to install it, and can carry it around on your USB thumb drive. More details after the jump.
Thanks to its barebone interface that's surprisingly user-friendly for an app like this, using MouseController is dead simple for novices and expert computer users alike. Mouse actions can be recorded and played using hotkeys, which are set to F9 and F11 for record and playback modes respectively. Furthermore, you can loop the action by marking the 'Repeat' option and specifying the time interval between successive repeats in seconds or minutes. In addition, you can also specify a custom delay time to wait before executing the action.
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