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Make your cursor automatically move and go to default buttons in Windows 7

By default, you will have to manually drag your mouse and position its cursor above a button whenever a dialog box of some kind appears in Windows 7: this could be certain Yes/No confirmation messages, Save As dialogs, etc. But, like Windows Vista and Windows XP before it, Windows 7 includes a feature that allows you to make Windows automatically move your mouse pointer for you and place it above the default button on all dialogs - leaving you only the decision to move sideways towards another button, or click without having to move your mouse.


Make Windows automatically move your mouse pointer for you

Follow these steps to configure your cursor snap options:

This setting takes effect immediately, so you can change it back and forth until you feel comfortable using the automatically cursor movement, or decide not to use it altogether.

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