Web Reference Tools - Smart Cursor Downloads

Smart Cursors provide additional information about words on Web sites, via partners like Britannica.com, Houghton-Mifflin's American Heritage dictionary and Roget's Thesaurus, as well as search engines from Yahoo! Inc., Google Inc., America Online Inc., Microsoft Corp.'s MSN, and Goto.com Inc.

Three smart cursors available for free download are highlighted below:

Comet Systems Inc.

NBC Internet Inc.

Atomica.

Over 61 million people have downloaded these free "Smart Cursors", which essentially transforms the typical desktop arrow cursor into a complete on-line reference guide.

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