Cursor Hider is a simple application that removes the mouse pointer when typing and when you move the mouse it returns to where it was. After a few seconds of mouse inactivity, the application hides the mouse pointer automatically and, with any mouse action, it returns it to the place it was. This application can be very useful if you type a lot, because it enables you to focus on your work and not being distracted by the mouse pointer. The program doesn't have formal user interface; it just sits on your system tray and enables you to control everything from there. You can set keystrokes or the time is mouse is idle to hide the pointer or turn it off completely, which is very useful for touch screen devices. It also allows you to select three applications to be launched when double clicking the selected keys. Other features include the ability to scroll a document when pressing the right mouse button and open a link in a new window when double clicking the left mouse button or clicking the middle mouse button.
It supports Windows Vista/XP/2003/2000/NT/9x/Me.