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Gest 1.0

Gest is a small, portable and free program which runs from the system tray.


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Total downloads: 117
  • Last Updated: Apr 22, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Gest is a System Utilities software developed by Joshua P Bambrick. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Gest:

EditByBrothersoft: Gest is a small, portable and free program which runs from the system tray. It adds mouse gesture support for Windows Explorer, like those that you see in Modern web browsers. These allow you to perform simple tasks by holding down the right mouse button and drawing a few lines which are interpreted by the program which then sends commands to Explorer. These include simple things such as moving backwards and forwards or opening a new window. Mouse gestures Improve productivity and are easy to use. The gestures in 'Gest' are fully customizable and can be changed from the settings window.

To help you, there is an optional mouse trail, which adds a blue line to show the path of your cursor when the right mouse button is held, and there is an optional, small, customizable box (the 'Gesture Box') which appears in the corner of you screen to tell you what gestures 'Gest' has detected.

'Gest' is easy to set up and control. When you first run it, you will see the settings window for your initial set up. After this, the program will start up silently and not bother you with th window, unless you call it with a simple Keyboard Shortcut. 'Gest' is also easy to set to run on startup so you won't have to run it every time you log on.
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