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After the launch of iPhone many mobile phone companies have made their own touchscreen and software. If you love this functionality, why not add it to your home computer as well ?

MouseExtender is a small application can be used to start your favorite programs and URLs. Using Drag and drop or the Add function in the File Menu you can add almost any utility, task and web service to the interface.

MouseExtender features:

  • Mouse button configuration
  • Add items to ME using Drag&Drop!
  • Group your items by tabs
  • Add Web Address
  • Customize item as you want. User can change launch arguments,tool-tips, icons, etc.
  • Shutdown/sleep/hibernate with timer
  • Automatic updates checking
  • Sort Items using Drag&Drop
  • Stylized controls
  • Enable/Disable option from tray icon context menu
  • About information
  • Localization
  • MouseExtender automatically adds web site icon and title for Web address

Read more here, and download from here: (http://me.krv7.net/)

.Net Framework

MouseExtender is developed on the .net platform and the .net runtime framework is required. Windows 7 users need to do nothing as it comes with the .net already installed.

If you don’t have Windows 7 you need to download and install .net framework (click here).

Enjoy!

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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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