That is what Cursor Hider has been developed for. This app takes care of making the mouse cursor disappear on your screen when it isn’t being used so that you don’t have to move it away manually.
Cursor Hider runs on the taskbar and barely takes up any resources. We can deactivate it at any time and configure in some parameters (such as the waiting time for the cursor to disappear), or integrate the mouse to Internet Explorer so that we can, for example, open a new window by double-clicking with the mouse.
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