Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Mouseless Navigation with Integrated Keyboard

Mouseless navigation can be done with integrated keyboard software.
I received an email about a new software from Integrated Keyboarding. The home page has a quick visual demo of the program and how it works showing that you can navigate and work from your keyboard and never have your hands leave the keyboard for other peripherals. The cost is $19.95 and comes in a right and left-handed version. There is a 10 day free trial also if you want to test drive it first. There are some nice testimonials on the main page of the site to read.
If you are looking for alternative access methods this might be one to explore.

David Hostyk shared with me in his email that his software does the following:

"The program allows you to control the computer from the keyboard, without moving your hands. Whether it's moving the mouse, moving the cursor, scrolling, dragging, highlighting or numbers, you use your second, third and fourth fingers in their home-key positions.
There are separate versions for right-handed and left-handed people. The program is useful for:
1) Improving overall efficiency (especially typing and data entry);
2) Left-handed people who are tired of using their right hand for navigation;
3) People with hand-motion pain;
4) Server control.
Future updates will automatically download to your application. A free 11 lesson inter-active tutorial will be available shortly (in both right-hand and left-hand versions). Once it's ready, it too will download automatically. In the meantime, self-learning tutorials are available from the home page, or click on the following for:
Right Hand Version:
Left Hand Version:"

Thanks for letting us know about your software David. I am glad to share about the service you provide and hope that it helps folks find a better way to access their computer.

All the best to you!

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