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Those Boring Cursors?
(This tip was suggested by a question from Pam who asked: "Are there any good, safe, non-adware programs out there for cursors? I am still using the Santa Clause from Microsoft at Christmas. I noticed that when I checked out your tutorial about thumbnail views that there was a Google ad for a couple of cursor programs. One was Cursor Cafe and the other was Best Free Cursors. I can hardly wait for your Ok because I am tired of Santa." )
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While they say optional toolbar, you'll find it hard to not install it. So the use of the word "Optional" is questionable. Once installed your search results will be skewed by showing all paid advertisers (disguised as "search results") first. Meaning no matter what search engine you choose, you'll have to wade through a bunch of paid links to get any relevant search results. This type of scheme is now becoming vogue among adware/spyware developers trying to escape the wrath of the recently awakened press. This is how "FunWebProducts" (AKA MyWebSearch, MySearch, Ask Jeeves, SmileyCentral, etc) make money with their "products". A new twist on an old game, but the people who use these kinds of programs are still pawns.
Windows comes with several different cursor sets (called "mouse pointers" in Windows' parlance). Three sets stand out. One is called "Dinosaurs" one is called "Old Fashioned" and one is called "Conductor". To learn how to access these and use them as your cursor set (mouse pointer set) see our tutorial - click here.
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