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📌 A .CUR container is suitable for storing accustomed Microsoft Windows cursor images. It is normally applied to open up, modify or alter the visual appearance and representation of the mouse pointer in Windows UI. Normally, the .CUR images include I-bars (for text editing), hourglasses (for representing when a specific program or file is remaining in the loading process), or arrows (for general use). Windows suggests availability of several default .CUR packages which specify the visual appearance of your cursor in various scenarios, such as when the target system is busy, you are currently editing the text, or you are resizing an opened window at the moment. These .CUR file bundles are normally stored within “C:/Windows/Cursors” predefined location. You are also granted a possibility to install custom .CUR extension entries, which you have formerly downloaded online or created yourself in Adobe Photoshop or CorelDRAW suites.
📌 The .CUR entities can be effortlessly and smoothly opened up, explored and reviewed by CursorWorkshop, RealWorld Cursor Editor, Greenfish Icon Editor Pro, or Inkscape toolsets. Afterwards you can freely adjust the visual appearance of Windows cursors, bundled within the .CUR pack, modify their layouts and structural compositions. The .CUR file items are normally created and designed within a comprehensive graphical editor, or can be downloaded from the trusted online storage. After the .CUR bundle is obtained, you can set them as an alternative option to default determined Windows cursors, represented during mouse cursor repositioning, window size adjustment, loading an internal Windows program or process, etc. At last, the .CUR file packages can also be adjusted and modified with the assistance of designated web-services, runnable in online mode. Furthermore, you can create new cursor file sets in Linux and macOS infrastructures, also they can be properly used in scope of Windows platform only.