Edgy lets you select any corner or side of the screen and assign easy mouse actions to them. With optional keystrokes, you get 24 different possible ways to perform actions. Over 90 actions are available, and you can define your own custom actions.
Description: What's easier than moving your mouse to the edge of the screen? Nothing! So why not use this simple motion to perform common tasks? It's much easier than pressing obscure key combinations or finding and clicking tiny targets on your screen. Take control of your computer with Edgy and stop wasting time on common and repetitive tasks. Edgy provides over 90 different actions that you can control. And if that's not enough, you can define your own custom actions. Several custom actions come pre-defined to get you started.
Select any corner or side of the screen and assign actions or commands to them. With eight different edges (four sides and four corners) at your disposal, all of your favorite tasks are just a flick of the wrist away. Actions can be used with three different keyboard options: no key, Shift key, or Control key. This give you a total of twenty-four different possible ways to perform actions.
You don't have to be a power user to enjoy the convenience. Edgy is designed to be easy to use. After all, it's a productivity tool, and we don't want you to have to spend any more time than necessary getting it set up to work the way you like it. Edgy puts you in charge.
Edgy remembers all of your settings and options so you never have to enter or select anything twice. It's a "set it and forget it" tool. Edgy has been tested with Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 Beta 1.
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