Prevent the mouse cursor from moving to your secondary monitors when a full-screen application is active, with this lightweight, unobtrusive app.
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- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Vladimir Panteleev
Gamers who run multi-monitor setups occasionally have problems with keeping the mouse cursor from drifting to the secondary displays. While this doesn’t always happen, it is common enough that a solution is still necessary.
AutoMouseLock is a very small application that runs in the background and ensures your mouse cursor stays on the main monitor while a full-screen application is active. It is very easy to deploy and does the job with no unnecessary fuss.
Just run the app and start gaming without any worries
The program consists of a single small executable file. Once launched, it will run in the background and keep the mouse cursor on the primary display whenever you are in a game, or a full-screen application is open.
AutoMouseLock has no user interface, and there are no settings to configure. If you want to close it, you need to use the Windows Task Manager to shut the process down manually.
Unobtrusive background program that can help users with multi-monitor configurations
If you add the application to the startup list, it will be run automatically and should never get in your way. Since it only has an effect if a full-screen application is active on the primary monitor, it should never interfere with any of your tasks either.
As far as its performance impact is concerned, there is really nothing to worry about. It is a very small program that uses a negligible amount of system memory.
Keep your mouse cursor on the primary monitor during your gaming sessions
If you’ve ever had problems with keeping the mouse on the main display while gaming, you should definitely try out this utility. It ensures the cursor never drifts to any of your secondary displays when a full-screen application is active, runs quietly in the background and stays out of your way.