Faster Copying and Pasting with TXMouse

Satheesh C B | Tuesday, December 16, 2008 | 0 comments

Linux allows users to copy data directly using mouse buttons, without having to go through the finger acrobatics of [Ctrl] + [C] and [Ctrl] + [V] as in Windows.The latter have much more muscular forefingers that often suffer from chronic aches in their joints. They also much more often develop mouse arm, pain in the neck and shoulders, and other troubles known as Repetitive Stress Syndrome and associated with excessive usage of a pointing device Is it possible to add same way as copying & pasting  in Linux to the Microsoft operating system?


The Freeware tool TXMouse for Windows enables additional mouse functions in Windows. You can download ‘TXMouse’ from  ’TXMouse.exe.TXMouse does not need to be installed. Simply copy it to the folder ‘C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Autostart’. You can then use it once you’ve restarted your computer.Copying and pasting can be done in a jiffy using the mouse. Mark any text and copy it to clipboard with a click. A click on the center mouse button or the mouse wheel is sufficient to paste the content from the clipboard. This process works in all programs because TXMouse reproduces the key combinations [Ctrl] + [C] and [Ctrl] + [V] wherever you need to copy and paste things. Moreover, TXMouse also changes the focus of the active window automatically as soon as a new window is opened. Even that helps insparing a few clicks.

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