FunMouse 4.2.0.827 for Windows

by CH-Design

Avg. Rating 4.4 (52 votes)

File Details

File Size 15.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,516
Publisher CH-Design
Homepage FunMouse

Publisher's Description

FunMouse will add instant productivity to any application with hot spot shortcuts, mouse gestures, extra button assignments, text selection tools, Paste2 search utility, clipboard extender and quick text manager. Easily control the system volume and see how far you travel with your mouse every day. Throw in a quick launch toolbar and you'll never need another program launcher again.

FunMouse is designed as a natural mouse extender which means you can use as much or as little of its features as you like. It comes installed with a minimal feature set enabled. As you become more familiar with what it can do, you will almost certainly end up enabling all of the features it has to offer as FunMouse will show you a completely new way to interact with windows while at the same time keeping all the standard mouse features you are already familiar with. Not only will FunMouse make you more productive in a work environment, it is also the aim of the developer to make it more fun using your mouse.

Latest Reviews

garretthylltun

garretthylltun reviewed v3.4.3.0 on Mar 24, 2014

Smells good!

goselito2

goselito2 reviewed v3.4.3.0 on Mar 20, 2014

A full review of FunMouse was just published on the Windows Club:
http://www.thewindowsclu...unmouse-mouse-shortcuts

snoop786

snoop786 reviewed v3.4.3.0 on 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.

koot21

koot21 reviewed v3.3.3.5 on 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

goselito2

goselito2 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on 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:
http://funmouse.findmysoft.com/

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

should be called spy-mouse

Pkshadow

Pkshadow reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

Have not tried it but with the logging features it is no more than a key logger with some mouse effects. Paste2 is that not the same as paste and go in Firefox ?
Needs a better description.
As for the company it is registered in Panama with a Po Box using Whois Guard for everything. Website out of the UK.
I would suggest checking if this thing goes out in your firewall.
If it does then I have hit the description on the button.
Program has not been around long enough, no reviews other than one person on Cnet. John Mclain...lololl/Die Hard. Use at your peril.

snoop786

snoop786 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

This is a gem. Started using it since version 2 and it just keeps on getting better.

The Paste2 feature is the best search app I've ever come accross.

I never review software, in fact this is my first time, but I felt this deserved a mention.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (52 votes)
Your Rating
garretthylltun

garretthylltun reviewed v3.4.3.0 on Mar 24, 2014

Smells good!

goselito2

goselito2 reviewed v3.4.3.0 on Mar 20, 2014

A full review of FunMouse was just published on the Windows Club:
http://www.thewindowsclu...unmouse-mouse-shortcuts

snoop786

snoop786 reviewed v3.4.3.0 on 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.

koot21

koot21 reviewed v3.3.3.5 on 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

goselito2

goselito2 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on 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:
http://funmouse.findmysoft.com/

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

should be called spy-mouse

Pkshadow

Pkshadow reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

Have not tried it but with the logging features it is no more than a key logger with some mouse effects. Paste2 is that not the same as paste and go in Firefox ?
Needs a better description.
As for the company it is registered in Panama with a Po Box using Whois Guard for everything. Website out of the UK.
I would suggest checking if this thing goes out in your firewall.
If it does then I have hit the description on the button.
Program has not been around long enough, no reviews other than one person on Cnet. John Mclain...lololl/Die Hard. Use at your peril.

snoop786

snoop786 reviewed v3.1.1.1 on Jan 17, 2014

This is a gem. Started using it since version 2 and it just keeps on getting better.

The Paste2 feature is the best search app I've ever come accross.

I never review software, in fact this is my first time, but I felt this deserved a mention.

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