Let's you control just about any aspect of your computer with mouse gestures or "strokes". Hold down the right-button to activate then draw away, e.g. a simple line up works as 'copy' in any application, a simple line down is 'paste'. I use mine to open my favorite programs, go forward and back in Firefox/IE or type my email address automatically (amongst other things), but anything you can do with the keyboard, you can do with a mouse 'stroke'. Brilliant, and from version 0.97 works with Vista and Windows 7 too.
Loads of pre-configured gestures.
Easy to use.
Excellent time saver.
This excellent small piece of software was what I was missing in standard Windows interface for a long time. I had similar functionality in Opera, than later in Firefox via extension, and now, just any program I want to have mouse gestures support will have it. Works perfectly, makes my everyday use of computer more efficient.. Very recommended!
Very powerful program, uses little to no memory, quickly resize, minimize, close programs, right to go forward, left to go back, and open programs by drawing such a w for web browser, and c for close.. etc, and it's very customizable all without lifting a finger on the keyboard, or looking up, down, whatever also it's very much like firefox's mouse gestures, but i disabled it on firefox so it wouldnt override mouse gestures, this is a definite try..
Cheetah speed with every Windows task!
Just like brandishing a sword you will open and close folders and programs, run applications, surf on the web, ALL through the simply gestures you choose to set within StrokeIt. And you can rec your own.
As an example, I browse on the net and ON EXPLORER TOO by simply moving left and right my mouse + Right clicking it. I close any open object by moving it (that is, from up-left to down-right)
Really... if you try this program, you can't do without it anymore and it becomes a necessary installation every time you re-install Windows.
It does completely change the way you interact with you OS. I think there's nothing better than StrokeIt apart from, maybe, speech control (which however isn't perfect and requires a lot of $$$).
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