Auto clickers have the ability to simulate left or right clicks. This type of programs comes in handy especially to video game players who often require high-speed repetitive clicking to complete certain objectives. Auto Clicker by Shocker is such a program.
Since the program has been designed to accomplish one simple goal: to simulate mouse clicks, it also comes with a simple interface. It offers a small number of settings, allowing you to configure the assigned hotkeys, miscellaneous clicking options and the clicking interval if needed (delay in mouse clicks). Once you finish configuring the settings, you can enable the auto click option simply by pressing the assigned hotkey. You can stop it whenever you like by hitting the same button.
A small but relevant disadvantage of using this auto clicker is that it doesn't bring you an offline help manual. Therefore, if you have any questions related to the functionality of the application, the only place where you can find answers is on the homepage of the developer.
Cutting a long story short, Auto Clicker by Shocker might prove to be of good use if you are a gamer or perform tasks that involve a lot of repetitive mouse clicking. And considering you don't have to pay a buck to use it, I see no reason why you shouldn't give this small utility a try.