Basically, CheeseMouse simulates mouse clicks on your computer. You move your mouse as you normally would, but you press the ctrl key on your keyboard to simulate a mouse click.
Exciting? But what happens if you hold it down? 64 clicks per second of either the left or right mouse button (left and right clicks correspond to the left and right ctrl keys on your keyboard).
And since 64 clicks per second isn't usually that fun, there is an optional n00k mode that allows you to toggle (again, with the control keys) ~2500 clicks per second. Tip: Enable n00k mode and move your
cursor across your desktop. If you are a bit confused, the program comes with a Readme file that explains the program more indepth. However, if you just use the program, you will figure it out quickly.
- Simulates clicks at ridiculous speeds
- Seriously, it clicks at ridiculous speeds
- Can be used as a substitute if your mouse button(s) is/are broken
- Windows XP/2000
- Untested but really should work on Windows 95,98,ME,NT
File size: 0 Kilobytes
Used C programming language with Windows SDK.