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Frequently asked questions about mouse auto clickers for Windows, Linux, MacOS: what people also ask about mouse clicking, game cheating, GUI testing, etc.

Feel free to add your own question into form below and I do answer you as soon as I can.

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  1. What is the best auto mouse clicker?
  2. What is the best safe auto clicker?
  3. How do I make my mouse auto click repeatedly?
  4. Is there an Auto Clicker Mouse?
  5. What is OP Auto Clicker?
  6. What's the fastest mouse clicker?
  7. Is auto clicker illegal?
  8. Is AutoClicker EXE file safe?
  9. How many clicks per second could auto-clickers achieve?
  10. Does Roblox allow auto-clickers?
  11. What is so called "butterfly clicking"?
  12. Is butterfly clicking better than jitter clicking?
  13. Can you continue manual clicking, while auto-clicking app is clicking too?
  14. How to fix mouse if it’s clicking by itself on Windows 10?

Here I summarize what do people ask google and other search engines and answer that questions as detailed as I can. Note you can submit your own question in the form below. And I answer it and include in the table of answered questions.

Q1. What is the best auto mouse clicker?
A1. The best mouse auto-clicker is that, whose features match your needs perfectly. Most people don't require complex functionality but do claim as fast auto-clicking as possible for the hardware, thus the best auto-clicker for those people is The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows. If you need to record, edit and playback the whole sequences of mouse clicks, best suited auto-clicker for you is AutoClicker2 Record Play The Lists Of Mouse Clicks.
Q2. What is the best safe auto clicker?
A2. Safe auto-clicker is that one with open source thus you can compile the executable yourself and compare with a binary downloaded. Both auto-clickers mentioned in the previous question, are 100% open source and safe to run. Hence I can repeat: The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows and AutoClicker2 Record Play The Lists Of Mouse Clicks. Also there are some other open source mouse clickers that are safe too: Fast Mouse Clicker, OP Auto Clicker aka Orphamiel-autoclicker. And that is all! There are up to 100 different free autoclickers on the market, but they are NOT open source and hence are not 100% safe. For example, often being mentioned GS Auto Clicker is not that safe, though most end-users mark it as safe.
Q3. How do I make my mouse auto click repeatedly?
A3. 1. Download and install an auto-clicker app, for example, The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows or AutoClicker2 Record Play The Lists Of Mouse Clicks. 2. Run the auto-clicker app downloaded previously (typically from Windows Start menu). 3. Move mouse cursor to a desired display area. 4. Hit the trigger key. Info about how to set the trigger key or what is a default one you can find in autoclicker's Help or Manual.
Q4. Is there an Auto Clicker Mouse?
A4. Do you mean Auto Mouse Clicker? Auto Mouse Clicker (AMC) is an automatic mouse clicker that allows for a random time to perform the clicks. You can also specify an exact time. It also allows you to specify the exact location or click to set a random place for clicks in a given area (drawing a square with your mouse). Currently, AMC is not included in top 10 list because of absence of source code section on its page at sourceforge.net and low popularity. This statement may change in time depending on how AMC will evolve.
Q5. What is OP Auto Clicker?
A5. OP Auto Clicker aka Orphamiel-autoclicker is a famous autoclicker in the past years. Currenly its project at sourceforge is abandoned and frozen. No new updates in source code since 2014. See more info about this auto-clicker here.
Q6. What's the fastest mouse clicker?
A6. The fastest mouse clicker, according our detailed analysis is, literally, The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows. This app uses arrayed Win32 SendInput() calls to reach ultimate hardware auto-clicking performance. Find more info on it, follow the link mentioned.
Q7. Is auto clicker illegal?
A7. In general, auto-clicking is 100% legal. This practice won't get people banned, it's not like actual hacking or exploiting. Auto-clickers are just a way to earn more scores in video games. You can use auto-clicker apps, but just not too much since that's considered as cheating by some people that own incremental games, such as Roblox, Soca Candy Crush etc.
Q8. Is AutoClicker EXE file safe?
A8. It depends on auto-clicker app you use. Note, virustotal.com may generate false positive warnings on many auto-clickers. See the comments tab on the corresponding exe-file page at virustotal.com. If auto-clicker is safe, there are some reviews from human end-users that confirm exe-file is safe.
Q9. How many clicks per second could auto-clickers achieve?
A9. Up to 100000 (one hundred thousand) clicks per second, this is hardware clicking limit reached by The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows. Other mouse clickers perform at 1000-10000 clicks per second typically. Compare that speeds with human: the absolute record is just 100 clicks per second fixed at recordsetter.com.
Q10. Does Roblox allow auto-clickers?
A10. Roblox may ban you if you exploit auto-clicking software. Nevertheless, many end-users say they perform successive cheating using The Fastest Mouse Clicker for Windows or AutoClicker2 Record Play The Lists Of Mouse Clicks.
Q11. What is so called "butterfly clicking"?
A11. Butterfly clicking is a clicking method devised by the gaming community to get maximum clicks per second in a game, specifically in Minecraft PvP. You can butterfly by simply placing two fingers on the tip of the mouse button and tapping it alternatively with both fingers. Thus, butterfly clicking is just clicking your mouse as fast as you can with TWO FINGERS, usually your index finger and your middle finger.
Q12. Is butterfly clicking better than jitter clicking?
A12. Jitter clicking is just clicking your mouse as fast as you can with one finger, usually your index finger. Butterfly clicking is clicking your mouse as fast as you can with two fingers, and therefore gives you a higher clicks per second if done properly. But butterfly clicking is considered by many gaming societies as a cheating, while jitter clicking is not considered as cheating.
Q13. Can you continue manual clicking, while auto-clicking app is clicking too?
A13. Formally, yes, but... Warning! Automatic clicking rates are typically more than 10 clicks per second. Hence, you can not properly control and synchronize the manual clicking process and automatic clicking process simultaneously. Furthermore, when automatic clicking event is being emitted, mouse cursor will be transferred to the corresponding position, so you have to return mouse cursor back manually. It may be too complicated. I do not recommend to do so.
Q14. How to fix mouse if it’s clicking by itself on Windows 10?
A14. Windows 10 brought lots of issues related to keyboard and mouse for some reason. Mouse clicking by itself bug may occur on all Windows types but prevails on Windows 10 OS these days. In some cases, the uncontrollable mouse can be a result of a simple hair or a speck of dust that is stuck inside of it. Thus, open your mouse and clean it with pressurized air. Also, every mouse button has a predetermined amount of clicks before it breaks. Right-click on the Start button and pick Settings. Go to Devices. Click on Mouse in the left pane. Under Select your primary button, pick Right. Click Lock might be a useful feature for some users, but it might cause the mouse clicking by itself issue. Therefore, you should try to disable this feature. Go to Settings and pick Devices. In the left pane, select Mouse. Under Related settings, click Additional mouse options. Untick the marker next to Turn on Click Lock and press OK.

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