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How can I find the Cursor Position on my Screen?

Infopackets Reader 'lewfrazier' writes: " Dear Dennis, Sometimes I when I'm viewing a page on my web browser (or MS Word, for that matter), I can't find the cursor on the screen. Is there a freeware program I can download that will help me locate ... the cursor on my screen? " My Response: That's a great question -- thanks for asking. You can locate your cursor by tapping the CTRL key on your keyboard, but you first need to enable this feature in Windows (no download is required). The 'cursor location' feature works with Windows XP, 7, and 8; here are the ... (view more)

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'Free Bsd Live Cd', and 'Locate 32'

Free Bsd Live Cd Free BSD Live CD features the legendary BSD operating system (upon which OSX is based). BSD Live can be run straight from CD, no matter what OS you have installed on your hard drive. http://sourceforge.net/projects/livecd/ Locate 32 ... Locate 32 saves names of all files in your hard drives to file database. After that you can locate files -- very fast. This program works like 'updatedb' and the 'locate' command found on Unix systems. http://locate32.webhop.org/ (view more)

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