How to Use RealWorld Cursor Changer 2.0

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How to Use RealWorld Cursor Changer 2.0

Published by on September 21st.

On July 11th 2006, Vlasta, the creator of this website, made a tool that could let you apply cursors way more quick, than just going to the Control Panel and applying cursors, one by one.

I've seen various people that didn't know how to use this tool, that's why I decided to make this blog post, here it is!

What Operating System do You Need to Have to Use This Tool?

The RealWorld Cursor Changer currently supports various OSes, you should at least, have Windows 2000.

First, you'll need a cursor, in order to replace it with the mouse pointer you have now.

How to Get a Cursor?

Step 1: Go to the Gallery.
Step 2: Search for a mouse cursor.
Step 3: Download it!
Step 4: Save it anywhere on your hard drive or other drive such as USB, OneDrive, etc.

After doing this, the cursor will download! Now, if you want to make your own cursor, then I'd recommend going to this place: http://www.rw-designer.com/online-cursor-editor

How to Apply the Cursor With Cursor Changer?

OK, I guess you already downloaded the cursor, in my case I downloaded a cursor I made by my own. http://www.rw-designer.com/cursor-detail/141803 and I also guess you already downloaded the software here or this wouldn't work: http://www.rw-designer.com/change-cursor

Step 1: Open the Windows Explorer.
Step 2: Search for the cursor.
Step 3: Once, you have found it, right-click it.
Step 4: On the options available, click Change Cursor
Step 5: Select a specific role for your cursor, the most common is Normal Select.

And there you have it! You've successfully applied the cursor!


Thanks for reading! I hope this tutorial helped you. ;-)

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user icon Anonymous on October 8th

8-)

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user icon Anonymous on October 9th

thanks...

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user icon Anonymous on October 12th

what if you're using a cromebook?

user icon Anonymous
What about ICL files?
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