The software is easy to use. Once installed, it runs in the background and it’s configuration screen can be brought up by double-clicking the icon in the system tray or through the start menu.
Upon clicking it, you’ll be greeted with this screen. Along the bottom it shows a list of possible commands, clicking either these or the names of the commands above will allow you to change the assigned action.
You can set any button to any number of actions, including the ability to lock your computer. It has macro support, too.
Software wise that’s about it, so let’s move onto some testing and see how the mouse does.