GS Auto Clicker 3.1.2 LATEST
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GS Auto Clicker 2020 full offline installer setup for PC 32bit/64bit
Installation and Use
After lightninging quick installation on any modern version of Microsoft Windows OS (98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Server 2008, 7, 8, and 10), you will be presented with the main screen of this app that features just a few intuitive tools for recording and playback of your mouse clicks. The main button for activating mouse clicks is F8.
The option area can help you better define the frequency of the clicks and record the area of your clicks. While the app supports double-clicking on a single area, it does not have the ability to precisely control the timing of all clicks. Autoclicker can either perform all the recorded click lightning fast, or you can slow down the frequency of clicks to your desired levels. This focus only on global timing customization can introduce problems if your daily workflow includes specific wait periods between clicks. Sadly, because no other alternatives are present, you will need to adapt to this limitation and find a way how to best automate mouse clicks to fit your needs.
It is important to note that pressing F8 will only run the entire set of commands ONCE. Recording and timing tools are not readily apparent in the main app interface. To access them you need to visit the Options area. Because of the limitation of its toolset, GS Auto Clicker for Gamers cannot be used to set up highly demanding patterns and timings that are often needed. There are no advanced timing controls, no presets for multiple types of click patterns, and only one shortcut to activate automation.
Features and Highlights
- Fast to install and not resource-intensive – With less than 1 MB in size and simplified toolset, GS Autoclicker can easily find a home even on the very old PC hardware.
- Simple automation toolset – Automate anything from simple routines to somewhat complicated tasks.
- Click on a single defined area or anywhere on the screen – Freely record your click pattern and activate automatic clicking by pressing F8.
- Set global timing rate – Speed up or slow down your recorded click pattern.