Aldo's Click-a-Lot! 1.3
With Aldo's Click-a-Lot! you can now spare lots of those because this is a software program that can do the clicking for you in a very simple manner. The program is able to use any of the three main buttons of your mouse (left, middle and right) and emulate physical clicks.
The advantages of being portable
Since this is a portable program, it it important to mention that it doesn't leave any traces in the Windows registry. You may copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you need to automate mouse clicks on the fly.
The interface of the application is very simple and all the functions are displayed in a single window. A great thing about Aldo's Click-a-Lot! is the fact that it can be controlled through hotkeys.
Thus, you can temporarily disable the program and stop the clicking just by pressing Ctrl or Shift on your keyboard. In case you want to start or stop the tool completely, the Scroll Lock key is the one you need to press.
You can set a delay for the action using a simple slider and choose the interval between one milisecond and up to one minute. Aldo's Click-a-Lot! comes with a set of counters that correspond to each button, so you can see at all times the number of clicks that were made.
Two different operating modes
There are two operating modes that you will be able to use. The first one will start the auto clicking procedure when the chosen mouse button is pressed, while the second way is to have the action simply turned on and run until you manually put an end to it.
An overall efficient mouse clicker
As a conclusion, Aldo's Click-a-Lot! can surely be of great help, especially given its minuscule dimension and ease of use. Without complicated configurations and a simple GUI, this software addresses less experienced as well as advanced users.
Reviewed by Olivian Puha, last updated on July 10th, 2014
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Application descriptionAuto-clicker utility that can be used as auto-fire function on games and emulators that use the mouse clicks as trigge...