April 25th, 2007
Babymouse is a freeware windows ‘lock-down’ program that reduces mouse functionality. It can disable all right-mouse clicks and restrict mouse use to an area of the screen. This makes it ideal for use in classrooms where pupils often get distracted by accidentally – and sometimes intentionally – clicking on icons, toolbars and the start menu.
I had high hopes for this software but is it any good? And is it really free?
Find out in my mini-review of Babymouse.
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