Ever thought of two mouse cursors at the same time? After googling I found a SDK from Microsoft, to make multi mouse available WITHIN your own application. I was wondering if this can be done system width.
The answer is YES!
There’s an open source project named CPNMouse (kinda outdated, last update was in 2004) but it works!
Download the custom driver (make sure you have the binary) from this website.
Select your mouse in device manager, and update the driver to the downloaded on. Instructions
If windows tells you there is no supported hardware in this driver follow these instructions (easy to fix!):
After you successfully installed this driver (on both mouses!) download and run the ordinary-binary application. This starts two mouse pointers witch can move separated.
It works, but the scroll function is lost (after the application is starts, not by installing the driver).
Try it yourself