16th March 2001 at 00:00
Are you fed up with handling a sticky mouse or tangled connection leads? Resource Educational Software has come up with the answer in the shape of its new SwitchCursor, a simple and ingenious way of controlling Windows and related applications. SwitchCursor remains hidden untilyou press a switch and then presents a button display, so the user can access up to 27 commands.

Multiple-user setups can be saved, for access by more than one machine user. A single user costs pound;39, a double installation pound;49 and a five-user pound;78.

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