Enable Mouse Wheel Scrolling By Hovering Mouse Over Any Program Window No Click Required

by Rohit Khurana on July 13, 2011


Recently, I started using Linux, specifically Redhat Linux, now one of the features which was really time saving for me was that whenever I wanted to run my mouse scroller on the other Window, then I used to take my mouse over that windows and simply scroll without click anywhere on the window and you must be thinking that this feature is not available in Windows, well as always I have a solution to this also. A small portable tool named as Always Mouse wheel will solve this problem.


This tool is quite simple to use, as it provides you with two options. One of them has been mentioned above, i.e. you will not have to click the background of the webpage to use your scroll button of the mouse and the other one is that whenever you just hover the mouse icon over any windows and use the scroll button, it will automatically bring that Windows to your focus.


For example, if you are working on Windows simultaneously and you are supposed to switch between them again and again, then you can take the mouse over the window which is present in the background and then without clicking just scroll over that windows, it will some to focus and you will also be able to scroll.

Once you launch this tool, you will see the application windows as mentioned in the screenshot above, then you can choose any of the 2 options available in the tool and then close the window, it will automatically go to taskbar tray.

I am sure that the Linux users will surely like this tool as in Linux they have an option to being any window to focus by just hovering your mouse over the window. The size of this tool is around 20 KBs and as previously mentioned it is quite simple to use. This tool has been tested with Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate edition, so please let us know if you face any issue while using it.

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raj July 14, 2011 at 12:52 am

i have problem called “windows write delayed” any help to fix this problem would be appreciative.. regards

Rohit July 14, 2011 at 9:15 am

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