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CursorMover Lets You Move Mouse Cursor Using Arrow Keys

CursorMover is a free tool for moving mouse cursor using Arrow keys. Virtual mouse clicking can be done with ‘M’ key (repeatedly clicking M will enable or disable the mouse clicking), quite useful when your mouse suddenly stop working.

Of course you can use shortcut key ‘Alt + Left Shift + NumLock’ to enable Windows own utility for moving cursor, but it is not smooth like this tool.

With this utility you can speedup the cursor move by choosing 1px, 2px or 5px and pushing 'M' will allow you to toggle virtual mouse clicking. Pushing NUMLOCK will give you the current coordinates of the current cursor positions.

CursorMover works with Windows7, Vista and XP. Download CursorMover


  1. I have used this download link.Now i can move my cursor anywhere from arrow keys without help of mouse.Thanks for sharing.

  2. i have used cursormover tool. It is a free tool for moving mouse cursor. It is very helpful.

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