Avoid Your Mouse Cursor from Slipping to Next Screen on Dual Monitor Setup in Windows

A simple mouse cursor illustration

A simple mouse cursor illustration (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you happen to be a bold individual and are using a Dual monitor display to interact with your Windows Desktop, on of the more annoying things you might have had to fight is when your looking to close a window, perhaps you mouse cursor drifts into the other screen causing you a bit of a headache trying to aim the cursor to the right spot, you can fix this issue by checking out this article with a tip regarding this HERE.

Edit your Windows Content Menu’s with Right Click Tweaker for Windows

Windows 7 build 7600

Windows 7 build 7600 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When it comes to Windows Content Menus or for those that don’t know what this is, the menu that comes up in Windows when you right click on your mouse, you might find that some of them have too much of crap in them, or perhaps they are missing a options you really need, either way you might want to check out the Windows program Right Click Tweaker which will allow you to edit the menu, putting items you want on there, for more check out Right Click Tweaker for Windows.

Executor a Windows Launcher Program

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If you like launcher programs, then you might want to give this program for windows a shot for your application launching needs, gives you a lot of power, check out Executor for Windows.

Put your Recycling Bin in Your System Tray

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You may feel that sometimes reaching the Recycling Bin in Windows can be a mission, you have to close down all your windows to see it, then have to right click to take some type of desired action, maybe your looking for the Bin to sit in your system tray and just double click on the icon to empty it, if this sounds good, then check out this application that will do this and more for you HERE.

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