CursorXP Free Download

Version: 1.31   (version history)
Date: January 17, 2005

Free To Try

OS: Win 2000/XP
Rating: Rating: 5.0/5
Popularity: Popularity 1/10
Author: Stardock Systems

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CursorXP Description

CursorXP Free Download.

CursorXP users can create and use cursors that look and feel far superior to anything you've ever seen before! Best of all, it's really easy to create your own super-charged cursors! It integrates into the standard Mouse interface of Windows and is easy to turn on and off as you need. Version 1.31 works under non-admin accounts on Windows 2000 and XP, has high dpi support and better, faster shadows, and supports hyperthreaded machines. Version 1.31 adds support for DEP on AMD64 processors running 32-bit Windows XP SP2.

CursorXP keywords: cursors, desktop, toys

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