This library contains computer mouse cursors for Microsoft Windows systems. There are two types of cursors supported directly by Windows operating systems: static (.cur) and animated (.ani). Both types are present in this library. Learn how to download cursors.
20 most recent cursor sets that follow the quality guidelines.
Click on a number above to display page with 40 cursor sets. The cursor sets are sorted by date.
Not everybody uploads enough cursors to create a cursor sets. Such submittions end up on the cursor junkyard. Despite the name, there are some worthy pieces. Check them out.
If you change your cursors frequently, consider using a free tool that allows you to change cursor from Windows Explorer context menu. Beside changing cursors one by one, the tool also allows exporting and importing cursor schemes.
If you do not want to install any software, just click on Control Panel in Start menu, then double-click the Mouse icon and switch to Pointer tab. Here you can change the cursors used by Windows in different situations to the downloaded ones.
If you are an author of a cursor or cursor set, you may present your work to visitors of this web site. To add your cursors to the library:
Important: only cursor authors or copyright holders may add cursor to the library. If you are using pictures downloaded from internet to create cursors, you must make sure the author of the pictures allows this use of their work.
If you have found that someone has used your pictures and added them to the library without your permission, contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be removed.
Important: always create 32x32 pixels cursors unless you have a serious reason not to. While it is possible to make cursors of non-standard size, Windows will automatically resample them decreasing image quality.