Adam Pash of LifeHacker has come up with a nifty program that allows anyone to control their mouse cursor with a standard keyboard. Download software here. Video demonstration after the jump.

Whenever you want to move your mouse, just hit Ctrl-M to activate Mouser (you can modify the shortcut and other settings by right-clicking Mouser in the system tray). By default, a red box around the mouse cursor will blink to help you find your mouse’s location. You can navigate your screen by using either the arrow keys or a set of pre-defined home row keys (the home row is my personal preference). Once your mouse gets to its destination, hit enter to click

[via LifeHacker]

Adam Pash of LifeHacker has come up with a nifty program that allows anyone to control their mouse cursor with a standard keyboard. Download software here. Video demonstration after the jump.

Whenever you want to move your mouse, just hit Ctrl-M to activate Mouser (you can modify the shortcut and other settings by right-clicking Mouser in the system tray). By default, a red box around the mouse cursor will blink to help you find your mouse’s location. You can navigate your screen by using either the arrow keys or a set of pre-defined home row keys (the home row is my personal preference). Once your mouse gets to its destination, hit enter to click

[via LifeHacker]