FunMouse is the Swiss-army-knife of mouse utilities. With FunMouse, you name it, we can do it. From scrolling the window under the mouse cursor to assigning extra actions for up to 7 mouse buttons. Add to that 36 hotspot shortcuts plus 16 mouse gestures for common every-day tasks or your own custom tasks.
And if you think that is a lot, wait till you see our exclusive Paste2 function. Paste2 will forever change the way you search for anything on your local pc and online. The only thing holding you back is your own imagination. Whether it be to paste a new screenshot to paint in one click to sending text to a new gmail message, get instant translation to any language or check spelling from any application. . . and with new add-ons regularly being released on our website, you'll wonder how you ever managed without FunMouse & Paste2
As if that is not enough, FunMouse will also capture an astounding amount of statistics. From showing the distance you travel with your mouse to the amount of mouse clicks you perform every day, to name but two. How about controlling the system volume with your mousewheel with an onscreen volume display?
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 (Mar 24, 2014)
Reviewing 126.96.36.199 (Mar 20, 2014)
A full review of FunMouse was just published on the Windows Club:
Reviewing 188.8.131.52 (Mar 17, 2014)
I really don't get these brainiacs who rate software without even trying it. What is smells bad???
Anyway, I used to be a fan of click.to when it was still free till I found this software. While click.to might sometimes be more eloquent, it does not come close to the power of this software with paste2.
Hats off to the developer.
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 (Feb 7, 2014)
This application just keeps on getting better. On my M705 mouse, it has completely replaced logitech setpoint. The only thing it still needs is to be able to check the battery status of my mouse
Reviewing 220.127.116.11 (Jan 18, 2014)
Hi BetaNews users. This is the developer.
Please note that FunMouse only records the keystroke count for statistical purposes. It does not care which key is pressed, just that a key was pressed.
As such you will not get warnings from your firewall (as was suggested) as this is not a spyware application.
To other reviewers, please try the software first before making an assumption of what it is.
As for a legitimate review, see:
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