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You have to install animated cursors / cursors in Windows before you can use them. Copy the files to your choice of folder. Choose "Start / Settings / Control Panel / Mouse" and click on the "Pointer" tab. Windows 95 e.g. uses 14 several pointer types where you can select animated cursors for:

Normal Select Help Select Working in Background
Busy Precision Select Text Select
Handwriting Unavailable Vertical Resize
Horizontal Resize Diagonal Resize 1 Diagonal Resize 2
Move Alternate Select

In Windows 98 there's an additional cursor for Link Select (windows and active desktop).

Select a pointer, for example "Normal Select" or "Busy". Double-click on it. Then choose a cursor from your choice of folder. A single click will give you a preview in the bottom left corner. The animation is a little bit slow, but in reality the animated cursors run alot faster. Finally press "Open" and click "OK" to exit and confirm the animated cursor as your cursor.

Tip: Cursor preview

There's a simple way to see a little cursor preview. In Windows Explorer right-click the cursor file and select "Properties" in the appearing shortcut menu.


Most animated cursors are stored as ZIP-files ( ZIP-files are compressed files and you have to extract them with an external program. If you compress ANI-files as ZIP-files the file-size reduces itself on about 90 percent ! For extracting you can use the programs PKUNZIP (Dos) or - much better - Netzip (Windows) - view ZIP file contents before downloading. Virus Scan included. The programs are Shareware.

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