What Customers Say
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I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 2 years ago. I am a practicing CPA using 2 computers at my desk all day long. Lately increasing tremor activity has made mouse control a problem for me. I just learned of your software yesterday and purchased it immediately. Almost without realizing it, as I went back to work my mouse was working normally again. The shaking mouse cursor and accidental multiple double clicking had disappeared. What a relief. Your software is elegant, effective, easy to use and well documented. Albert J. Bick, CPA
Also, I want to say a heart-felt thank you for this software. My dad is a very serious photographer, and tremors have already forced him to move away from film and to always shooting digital with a tripod. So we were heartbroken when he couldn't use Photoshop anymore. For the last 50 years he has dedicated his free time to photography.
I installed this on the computer and I cannot express how much it has lifted his spirits. He is genuinely delighted and thankful to be able to easily use the computer and Photoshop again. Seth Hardiman
It worked this time. It's great!! I believe your price should be higher. For a life-time license, it should be $200 more ($295).
Without this software, I couldn't work on a PC. I have tried all the different types of controls with very limited success. I have functional tremors sometime referred to as old age tremors. It is slowly getting worst. Steadymouse will allow me to adjust the settings as the tremors increase.
If you need any recommendations for this software, just let me know or just use what I said above. This is a great product!! Barney McConkey
My boss with Parkinson's has been using SteadyMouse for several weeks now. Before installing your SteadyMouse software, he would call me in to his office rather frequently throughout the day because he would have accidentally clicked on the wrong thing and I had to figure out how to get him back to where he wanted to be. I knew that SteadyMouse was making a big difference because the frequency of this occurring has gone way, way down.
Last week, he and I were working on a document together and he was at the keyboard while I sat alongside, so I had the opportunity to watch him use the mouse. What used to be an excruciating long process was smooth, accurate, and much faster. I can only imagine how frustrating mousing must have been for him when it was hard to control. SteadyMouse has made a huge difference. KAL, Washington DC
As an orginal user of SteadyMouse 1.3, I find SteadyMouse 2 an extensive upgrade. I have it installed on both my self-build PC and my Microsoft Surface pro 4, both with Windows 10 Pro. Whenever I find that SM2 is not running, I am immediately reminded why SM2 is so powerful. Also the ancillary "Ignore Accidental Clicks" for the right button is especially welcome. Thank you Ben Gottemoller for this superb application.
My most difficult mouse click is when I click on the SteadyMouse Icon to start it for the day. Gary S. Norton
FYI my dad has parkinsons level 1 with tremors in his hands, which has resulted in the cursor jumping around and frequent misclicks. Slightly above mid-way allegro tremor filtering has cut away the jumps, and enabling accidental clicks for left, middle, and right buttons did away with the misclicks. My dad observes that a smoother cursor also lessens his tremors, somehow the visual jumping of the cursor is a feedback loop that increases tremors and the smoothed motion inhibits that. Great! Jon from Denmark
Thank you for my SteadyMouse! It has indeed exceeded my expectations. I have lived with Essential Tremor for some 8 to 10 years now, and though I am retired and don't use my computer for a business, I am on it enough that your product has had a profoundly positive effect on the time I spend at the computer. I found SteadyMouse on the website of the IETF. Thanks again and Peace & Goodness to you. William Spears