Tuesday, 22 December 2009


   A very simple tool which confines the mouse pointer to a single screen on multi monitor systems. Simply unzip the file anywhere, and run it when required. Once running, ALT+Z traps the mouse in the monitor where the pointer is currently located, ALT+X releases the pointer and ALT+C exits the application.


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  2. Does these steps really work?? It is definitely something interesting to try. Mouse pointer working for multi monitor systems on a single screen is really amazing. I'll try it for sure. Thanks a lot for sharing. I like to try new shortcuts and to observe their funny outcomes. But doing with random shortcut, your system may got hanged or you may loose some data. So, if you don't know it well then it's better not to play with it. You can look for more interesting shortcuts at IT Solutions Los Angeles.