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Key Mouse Genie Alternatives

Key Mouse Genie is described as 'lets you control your mouse using your keyboard. Enables you to move the mouse, send left clicks, right clicks and double clicks. its a keyboard mouse with all the features of a standard mouse and more' and is an app. There are six alternatives to Key Mouse Genie for Windows. The best alternative is NeatMouse, which is free. Other great apps like Key Mouse Genie are Numpad Mouse, Shark Mouse, Mouse Emulator and Microsoft Windows Mouse Keys.

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  • Windows

Key Mouse Genie lets you control your mouse using your keyboard. Enables you to move the mouse, send left clicks, right...

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    NeatMouse

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    NeatMouse is a small tool for Windows that allows controlling your mouse cursor via keyboard.

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  2. Numpad Mouse icon

    Numpad Mouse

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Numpad Mouse lets you control your mouse using the keys on the Numpad.

    Discontinued

    Last version, 0.6c, was released on 2007. It can be still downloaded from Softpedia.

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  3. Shark Mouse

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    This software was created to offer you the possibility to control your mouse using the keyboard. It is a very simple application, which can replace your Computer Mouse with normal keystrokes on your keyboard!

    Discontinued

    Website and app unavailable.

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  4. Mouse Emulator

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Windows

    What is Mouse Emulator?.

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  5. Microsoft Windows Mouse Keys

    • FreeProprietary
    • Windows

    Microsoft Windows accessibility feature that allows users to control mouse movement using the number pad on the keyboard. The Mouse Keys feature is enabled through the Accessibility Options or Ease of Access Center in the Windows Control Panel.

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  6. Mouseable

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows

    Ask yourself, do you use your mouse frequently (or at all) during programming? Is it really necessary? I think not.

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