Autoclicker is a very easy to use software tool that lets you set up auto mouse clicks at a user defined interval.

The application has just a few configuration options, so the interface is pretty simple, which makes it appropriate for all types of users, be they beginners or more experienced.

Choosing the click point is easy, especially because it provides two different options in this regard. First, you can click wherever the mouse is, which is helpful if you wish to control the mouse position manually, or you can input the coordinates on your screen for a specific position.

Additionally, you can set up the click interval, which can be anything from less than one second to a few hours.

Last but not least, you're allowed to pick the number of clicks to make, with digit 0 used for an infinite number of clicks, enable the double click option and choose two different hotkeys for starting and stopping auto clicking.

Other than that, Autoclicker remains quite basic, with the main window also being used to show the current click count.

It may come as no surprise, but Autoclicker remains light on hardware resources and works without a flaw regardless of the operating system you're using.

All things considered, Autoclicker does its job in a pretty quick manner, requiring only minimal configuration before starting the auto clicking process. Additionally, users are able to control the application using dedicated hotkeys, while the application runs minimized without hampering system performance at all.