Random Mouse Clicker is an intuitive and user-friendly application that serves to simulate random, as well as position specific mouse clicks at a user-defined interval.

The situations that would requires such an application are various, whether you want to prevent your computer from going to sleep or you need a series of tasks to be done automatically, it’s all possible with the aid of a utility such as Random Mouse Clicker.

The application’s design can be described as simple, remaining intuitive and user-friendly despite its lack of eye candying elements. Everything is comprised inside the main GUI, which uses a straightforward approach by displaying the entire feature set in wide view.

What we liked most about Random Mouse Clicker is the level of customizations it brings to the table, providing a wide array of choices in what the click simulator is concerned.

Sporting support for various types of clicks (left, right, left double, right double and middle button), the application allows you to choose from three simulation scenarios: it can click randomly anywhere on the desktop, randomly within a user-defined area or at the last position of your mouse.

You can set a limit on the maximum number of clicks to be performed in a session, as well as to set a random or fixed delay between clicks. The simulation process can be triggered by pressing a predefined hotkey, in case you choose to run the application in hidden mode (although it will be present in the system tray area).

On an ending note, Random Mouse Clicker relies on a classic set of features that can easily be used to your advantage, making repetitive tasks more approachable.