Right Click Enhancer – Take control of your mouse

right-click-disableI remember my first experience using a mouse, back in the day. I was tutoring word processing students at Oakland University in Rochester, MI in a Mac lab.  90% of all the troubleshooting we did back then involved 2 things – don’t hit return at the end of every line of text (people were too used to hitting the carriage return on a type writer), and most verbal exchanges often began with, “OK, now, take your mouse and move it over to…”  That was in 1984, almost 30 years later, we’re still tethered to these magical pointing devices, and in order to get a better handle on how you work with them, cool utilities like Right Click Enhancer can make working with a mouse on a Windows box a lot easier.

Right Click Enhancer allows you to control the right click, or context menu everyone uses. With it, you can edit your right click menu, customizing it to give you the options you need. Right Click Enhancer consists of seven tools to manage your context menu.

Sometimes your PC desktop is cluttered with lots of shortcuts. These issue is easily solved by the Right Click Shortcuts Creator tool. It allows you to add applications, files and folder shortcuts to your right click context menu. If need be, you can also create sub menus if you have Windows 7 or Windows 8. You can add applications, files and folder shortcuts to these sub menus, too.

You can add command line arguments to the application shortcuts as well as edit previously added shortcuts and sub menus with ease. Regardless of how much you customize your context menus, your PC’s performance will not be affected.

Right Click Tweaker allows you to add useful functions to your right click context menu. With it, you can add functions that help save time by enhancing the common tasks found on your context menu, like copying or moving files, renaming files and accessing admin options.

Right Click Tweaker is a great utility to have and one that most users who find it will register, in my opinion.  The app is slightly overpriced at $10 USD, but not greatly so.  Depending on the level of customization you take and the OS you have on your PC (XP vs. Win7/8), you should easily be able to justify the expense.

The app’s Win7 God Mode brings all of Windows 7 customizations together in one place and places it clearly atop my short list of must have applications for my Windows 7 PC.

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Simplify those repetitive tasks with Automatic Mouse and Keyboard

One of the most frustrating things that can happen in the PC world is to have your work process undercut by dead and dying peripherals. I hate it when I get used to working in a specific way and my keyboard or mouse dies, especially when I’ve got proprietary utility software assisting with their functionality. This is why I really like Automatic Mouse and Keyboard. It’s a 3rd party interface utility for Windows, and it works with just about every Windows compatible peripheral of each type.
Automatic Mouse and Keyboard is a powerful Mouse and Keyboard automation tool. It makes your mouse move and automatically click on locations that you define. It can use a small picture to locate a point on the screen, making it very flexible. Regardless of where the target is, as long as it can be seen on the screen, the program will be able to find it.

Automatic Mouse and Keyboard can simulate nearly and unlimited number of mouse and keyboard actions, including the insertion of text. You can record all of your keyboard or mouse actions and then have the application repeat them back for you on demand.

Read full review | Download Automatic Mouse and Keyboard

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How to control your Mouse cursor using the Keyboard

You’re nearing deadline and got important stuff to complete; your mouse stops working! You’re not sure what’s the problem, neither time to trace the problem. What can you do? Well, first of all, relax, there is always a plan B. 🙂 You’re going to control your Mouse cursor using the Keyboard.

Start by pressing Left ALT + Left SHIFT + Num Lock on your keyboard. If nothing happens, try to press and hold both the left ALT and left Shift keys, and hit the NumLock key. This should open a small box, asking if you want to turn on Mouse Keys.

Click Yes and that’s it! Move the mouse pointer using the keys on the Numpad. If nothing happens when you press the Numpad keys, enable NumLock by press the NumLock key on your keyboard.

Note: After you enable the Mouse Keys, an icon should be displayed in the system tray. Use it to increase/decrease the speed of the mouse cursor by clicking Settings. I recommend you to check the box that makes the mouse move faster while the Control key is held down and maximize both sensitivity settings – otherwise, the cursor moves painfully slow.

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Asoftech Announces Auto Clicker

Asoftech Announces Auto Clicker 1.00 for Win98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. Auto Clicker Asoftech enables automatically clicking Left Mouse Button with Keyboard Shortcut. User can specify one or multiple clicks, and save them as one robot. User can then start the robot (clicks) with a keyboard shortcut. The program allows user to add one or mutiple robots, where each robot may serve for different purpose.

With Auto Clicker Asoftech, mouse clicks can be faster and more accurate. It can be used for your work to improve productivity, or assist game playing.

Schedule feature allows to run tasks at a pre-defined time, so that clicks can be started when you are not around. Work at background feature enables user to work at the same time of auto clicking.

Key Features

* Various click types supported: left click, right click, double click, click-hold, mouse up
* Full control of delay or interval between clicks
* Drag and drop are supported*
* Schedule click to start at a pre-defined time.
* Click can be started with keyboard shortcut, button click, or scheduled time
* User can define number of clicks to perform, or click forever
* Clicks can be stopped with stop-keyboard-shotcut
* User can work at the same time of clicking
* Multiple clicks enabled in one robot (a robot is series of clicks)
* Multiple robots are enabled so that user can schedule them differently

System Requirements
Win95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. Minimum 64MB RAM, 30MB HD Pentium 233 Mhz.

14 days trial version. Full version costs $4.95

More Information
Please visit Auto Clicker homepage at http://www.asoftech.com/auto-clicker/

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