Auto Mouse Mover is a simple software tool which can be used in order to automatically move your mouse cursor at a particular interval. This is possible by temporarily disabling the configured idle actions of your mouse. It is important to keep in mind that they will not actually be disabled from the Control Panel.
The interface has a minimal and intuitive design, which means all user categories can take advantage of it, without encountering issues.
Aside from that, it is unobtrusive, as it goes in the system tray from the first launch. However, you should know you can force this utility to start minimized in the taskbar or normal.
By right-clicking the systray icon, you open a tiny context menu, which enables you to access the settings panel, configure options and exit from the program. From the last mentioned panel, you can easily change the keyboard shortcut which starts and stops the mouse cursor movements.
The main window lets you input the auto mouse movement interval (expressed in seconds) and the number or pixels to move.
CPU and memory usage is minimal, which means Auto Mouse Mover does not burden your system’s resources. As a result, you can use it alongside other apps, without influencing the way your computer runs.
Help contents are not provided, yet seeing how simple this tool is to use, it becomes apparent they are not actually needed.
In conclusion, Auto Mouse Mover proves to be an efficient and very simple piece of software, with a good response time. Nevertheless, power users might find the lack of more advanced options disappointing.