Simple utility that is designed to simulate desktop mouse user activity

Move Mouse

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Download Move Mouse 3.6.0

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  • Latest Version:

    Move Mouse 3.6.0 LATEST

  • Requirements:

    Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

  • User Rating:

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  • Author / Product:

    Move Mouse Team / Move Mouse

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  • Filename:

    Move.Mouse.exe

  • Details:

    Move Mouse 2020 full offline installer setup for PC 32bit/64bit

Move Mouse can be described as a mouse activity simulator application. It performs several different miscellaneous tasks on its own for you. For instance, if you’ve stepped away from the PC for a moment, the application will cause the mouse cursor to move automatically. It can also perform keystroke actions as well as the left-click of the mouse. If necessary, all three actions can be performed at once.

Move Mouse isn’t really designed for anyone's purpose. Your creativity allows you to use it for many different things. It can run any application you want, position the pointer on the screen at a specific coordinate, send keystrokes to the screen, and manage a blackout schedule.

Commands can be run individually or together. Whatever you choose, the commands are performed at the set intervals in which you specify. The program can be scheduled to run at any hour of the day that you want. And if the application is in an idle state, there is the option to have the application continue activity again.

It is simple to keep sessions active with this tool. This comes in handy if you want to keep certain applications active rather than having them go idle. It can also help you handle the spamming notifications windows that come up at an irregular rate.

There is extra functionality that comes with this program too. For instance, you can customize your own scripts and use them for certain events. If you wanted to make start scripts, they can perform a certain action whenever you run the application. You could make interval scripts that cause actions to happen at set interval phases. You could even make pause scripts that cause things to happen when the application is in a paused state. If you already know how to create scripts, then you will find this feature useful.

As you can see, there are many uses you can get out of this tool.


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