Cursor controller

Use your keyboard to control your cursor with this program.

TouchCursor offers users an alternative to moving their mouse around to select items on screen. Thanks to its simple layout and functionality, this niche program will find a home with keyboard lovers.

The program's interface was delightfully simple, ushering users through a bare-bones configuration. Users who have never even set up a program like this will likely be able to move easily through everything and use its key commands. Any questions can be directed to a comprehensive Help file. Using TouchCursor was as simple as we hoped. Users need only hold down the space bar and hit the designated key to move your cursor around the screen. We were pleased to see this tool function when we needed it and it didn't bother us when we were going about other business. While not a necessity for every computer user, we can certainly see this program being utilized with success by mouse haters. The program's biggest feature is its ability to edit commands. We were pleased to find that changing commands and creating new ones was a matter of a few options in the configuration file. Results were fast and accurate, which makes it a great option.

TouchCursor comes with an ample, 30-day trial. We foresee it being a great download for those who need to work fast and not bother with a mouse.

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