wHEN you right right on a mouse over the top of a windows in XP (and previous versions as well), the pop-up menu includes the option "move".
Then you see a cross hair. What is this function?
It allows you to move the window using the keyboard. It's an accessibility functionality. Based on the GUI standard, published long ago by IBM (I think), every GUI component must have two method of accessibility . . . for handicapped people or for handicapped system (such as when your mouse is broke).
Thanks! That's cool!
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