Mouse Helper is a free software that runs on Windows (7 and above), and that will help you improve your mouse operation.
- What it is and how it works
Learn what Mouse Helper can do for you.
- Mentions in the media
Read what the media says about Mouse Helper (in Spanish)
Take a look at the Mouse Helper screens.
- Download Mouse Helper
Get the latest version of Mouse Helper.
- Use license
Know when you can use Mouse Helper
Contact with the author of the program.
- Make a donation
Make your donation to an association if you like Mouse Helper.
- Acknowledgments and attributions
My name is Antonio Liberal, I am a software developer and I have had Parkinson’s for a few years, so I created Mouse Helper to improve the stability of the mouse when my hand shakes.
Like any other Parkinsonian, the biggest problems we encounter when handling the mouse are:
- We need to slow down in order to do precision tasks, like changing the width of a column.
- Because our fingers shake, we sometimes click unintentionally.
- Drag & drop operations are often an ordeal. Many times we unintentionally drag a file into a folder.
Even if you do not have the disease, this program can also be useful for you: Try it and if you like it, make a donation to any association (if it is Parkinson’s, better …)
You can download Mouse Helper by clicking this link
Except where otherwise indicated, all documentation and software included in Mouse Helper is the intellectual property of Antonio Liberal.
This software is provided “as is” without any express or implied warranty. In no case will the author be liable for damages arising from the use of this software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any non-profit purpose, and to redistribute it freely, as long as its binary format is not altered.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Copyright (C) 2020 Antonio Liberal. All rights reserved.
You can contact with me throug the following means:
I will be happy to answer your questions and accept your suggestions.
You can also read el diario de un parkinsoniano
This sofware is free to run and distribute, but you can make a donation to any aid association if you feel like it.
Special thanks to Jesús Chocarro for his parkinsonian efforts in testing the tool, and to “Serpis72” for his baptism as a beta tester with this application.