How to move Mouse Cursor from One Screen end to Other in Windows

Do you feel lazy to move the mouse cursor from top of the screen to the bottom or from the farthest right to the leftmost corner? For instance, after closing any windows you may have to go to the system tray for accessing some utilities. Scrolling through whole screen sometimes may give you irritation when you have to do this thing frequently and specially for people having large monitors. Unlimited mouse can help to ease this situation.

unlimited mouse: remove mouse cursor limitations

Unlimited mouse is a windows freeware application. It is easy to use with no additional settings, when you run this application it appears in system tray. Right clicking on this application will give you options like locking and unlocking mouse. Selecting the unlock mouse option will enable you to move cursor from left end of screen which will appear from the right hand screen border, the same applies for top and bottom screen borders.

This feature will allow you to quickly jump from top edges of screen to the bottom and access applications without any delay. This feature can be disabled by the lock mouse option.

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nitin - September 7, 2010

download link will not work

Virtual Character - September 9, 2010

Ahhh nice, so it’s like removing the borders away from the desktop, right? The cursors goes through the edges. Thanks!
By the way, th link works 🙂

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Grant - January 28, 2011

I am using this program on a multiple monitor display, and it will only disable the mouse borders on one monitor. How would I go about doing it on all of the borders on both monitors? One monitor is a 16″ Gateway, and the other is a 56″ Big Screen Projection Televison of Awesomeness.

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