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Shareware (Free to try)
461 KB
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher's Descriptions
 Auto Keyboard Presser is a tool that can press a specified key automatically. If you need to hold a key continuously in a game, then you can try Auto Keyboard Presser. It helps you to release at least one of your finger, and play the game better and more comfortable.

Key features:
Hold a key continuously
Set delay time between two key press events
Easy to use, just press hotkeys in the game to start and stop
Support all latest Windows OS

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