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macOS cursors for Windows

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Installation

1. Unpack 
macos_cursors_for_windows_by_diamond8fighter_de1khu3.zip
2. Right click on
.Install.inf → Install → Open → Yes
3. Open Settings → Personalization → Themes → Mouse cursor
4. Select macOS from the drop-down menu under Scheme
5. Make sure 
Enable pointer shadow is not selected
6. Click OK


Supports all scaling options.

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usarne's avatar

Perfect! Other good looking schemes are often 150% or 200% scaling, Yours works on all, thank You!

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Awesome cursor theme. Thanks!

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Thank!

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Superwolf33Student Digital Artist

i use windows 10 but it shows a notepad when I open the install, what should I do

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Aga çok kolay sağ tık yap o nota indire bas

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Right click on .Install.inf → Install → Open → Yes

ScipioNyne's avatar

I'm not sure why but the scheme isn't showing up for me

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Do you experience the same with other cursor packs?

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Is there an option to get a 175/200% scale cursor while using 100% scale for everything else?

I like having a bit bigger cursor but I also want to keep everything else as it is.

Edit: I found an option to change just the cursor size but the animation of scrolling becomes pixelized :/

Thank you.

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Open Settings → Ease of Access → Mouse pointer

There you can adjust your pointer size using the slider.

Then go to Home → Personalization → Themes → Mouse cursor

From the drop-down menu under Scheme, select a cursor pack other than macOS, then select macOS and click OK


If that was the method you used, can you further describe the 'animation of scrolling'?

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Where can i open Settings to get access to Ease of Access?

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This method only works on Windows 10 May 2019 Update or above, where you can launch the Settings app from the Start menu.

CartoonNetworkThree's avatar

Oof, i use Windows 10 Build 1909, Build 18363.900

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CartoonNetworkThree's avatar

Oh alright, thanks! But where can i adjust the pointer size?

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Change pointer size
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https://prnt.sc/u8w9qk This one is also bigger it pixelized.

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https://prnt.sc/u8w8gg (for some reason it is smaller in the screenshot) This one and also those that appear when you start moving the cursor down or up.

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The cursors you screenshot and described are not part of this cursor pack, nor are they part of the default Windows cursor pack. These cursors are most likely part of your browser and stay the same regardless of which cursor pack you use.

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Thank you for describing this.

However, when I use bigger deafult cursors these don't become pixelated because they stay at the same size.

Is there a way that I can change just the size of the cursors that are from the cursor pack?

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Set your scale to 100% and your pointer size back to the default size (value 1), then try this custom made pack:

https://gofile.io/d/nEhdST

Note that some shadows might appear jagged.

If you request it, I remove all shadows.

gilad8897's avatar

Much better! Thank you!

I ain't sure which shadows you're talking about but maybe removing them would be better.

I actually don't need everything so bigger, so I chose a few smaller cursors for some functions.

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Here is the cursor pack without shadows in case you need it:

https://gofile.io/d/vXTxU8

With this pack you can select Enable pointer shadow; this way shadows will appear differently but will not be jagged. (Although if you combine it with previous cursors, those will have double shadows.)

osito79's avatar

The cursor is very cool

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