Keyloggers and Law

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Keyloggers are completely legal. If you have admin privileges on a personal computer, you may install any software including Keyloggers. That’s why it’s for you to decide – to install a Keylogger or not. If you have a computer or have admin rights from PC owner, it’s totally legal and not prohibited.

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Alternatively, if this does not work, use a keyboard shortcut to force restart the Mac: Command, Control, and Power button. Use third-party applications. If you an experienced Mac user, you will be aware that App Store offers many applications for virtually any situation (including invisible cursor). InVisible is a free menu bar application that lets you easily take control of your Mac's hidden files, Desktop clutter and now, the Apple® Color Picker. Also new in version 2.0, is the ability to Force Empty the Trash. InVisible now gives you access to. Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's The Mystery of Marie Roget Collector's Edition is a hidden object adventure game for Mac OS. The Collector’s Edition includes: - Play the bonus game to foil the villain for good.

Using Keyloggers and other monitoring software is unethical in most situations. However, according to NNEDV Safety Net Project, children or teenagers living with you don’t possess right of privacy on a personal computer. Parents who worry about their children’s’ activity on the internet may legally monitor the PC. Keyloggers will allow you receiving all necessary information without being detected.

Keyloggers and Employees control

Nowadays many employers use special software to control their staff. Sometimes they inform their staff about it but most often they don’t. Nevertheless, such monitoring is totally legal. In the US there are constant debates about privacy on the job with numerous displeased workers.

Just run the installer on the device you want to control from and follow the instructions, or there's MSIs for remote deployment under Windows. If you don't have permission to install VNC® Viewer on desktop platforms, choose the standalone option. Find hidden junk, large old folders, background apps, and heavy memory consumers. Use CleanMyMac X to free up space on your Mac and tune it for maximum speed.

However, courts usually agree with the employer. Manager is the owner of the computers that are being monitored and thus, he has every right to install any software including hidden ones. The workers should understand the significance of such measures and be aware of it to feel more comfortable on their working place.

A few times, during regular use, I found that the mouse cursor disappears on my Mac. It is a random thing and not limited to any specific app, or a particular version of macOS. One thing that I have observed is that the mouse cursor most likely disappears when I use heavy software like Photoshop, and have connected multiple displays. The mouse pointer also keeps disappearing if I have opened too many tabs in Safari or Chrome. It may even happen after you update to the latest macOS version. Let’s check out the ways to fix it…

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My Cursor Keep Disappearing on Macbook – How to Fix It

Shake your Mouse or Move Finger Quickly on Trackpad

This is the easiest way to find the disappeared mouse cursor. All you have to do is to shake the mouse or move the finger on your trackpad rapidly. The lost mouse cursor will appear on the screen and may also increase in size so that you can easily see it.

Right Click on Mac

One of the easiest ways to locate your vanished mouse cursor is to right-click. When you right-click, the mouse cursor is immediately visible.

Try to Bring Mouse Cursor to Dock

I agree that you are not able to see the mouse pointer, but on the trackpad or using the mouse, act as if you are moving down to the Dock. Once the vanished mouse pointer on the Dock, it will be visible.


Mission Control Fixes Disappearing Cursor on Mac

When you are playing a full-screen video on YouTube or working in a full-screen app, the right-click method may not bring success. This is where accessing Mission Control on Mac can help you locate the mouse cursor.

To enter Mission Control:

  • Click the Mission Control key (F3) from top row or Touch Bar, or
  • Press Control + Arrow up (△) key, or
  • Swipe up from four (or three) fingers on Trackpad

Switch to Different App or Finder to Relocate Hidden Mouse Cursor

Press Command (⌘) + tab to quickly switch to a different app or Finder. You will see the mouse cursor. Now go back to the app you were working on.

Bring the Force Quit Menu

On your keyboard press Command (⌘) + Option (⌥) + esc. Force Quit Applications pop-up comes up. You do not have to quit any app. Just doing this brings up the hidden mouse cursor.

Adjust the Size of the Mouse Cursor on Mac

macOS lets you set the mouse pointer size according to your liking. To increase the cursor size launch System PreferencesAccessibilityDisplay from the left sidebar → Cursor → drag the Cursor size slider.

Also, enable Shake mouse pointer to locate.

You may also launch Siri from top right in the menu bar or press and hold Command (⌘) + Space Bar. Now ask Siri Increase mouse pointer size.


Disable Third-Party Screensavers on Mac

If you repeatedly face the issue of mouse cursor disappearance, then try disabling or uninstalling any third party screensaver apps you use.

Turn Off Keyboard Shortcuts to Zoom

Accessibility features are beneficial, but they may cause little interferences here and there. Disabling keyboard shortcuts to zoom is a good hack to address mouse cursor automatically hiding.

Launch System PreferencesAccessibilityZoom → make sure everything is unchecked here.

Check Firmware Update for Third-Party Mouse and Trackpad

If you are using a non-Apple peripheral, visit their website or ask the company if there are any pending drivers update to improve compatibility and fix glitches.

Check Battery of the Connected Mouse and External Trackpad

Replace the removable battery or charge your Mouse and Trackpad if it has a rechargeable internal battery.

Restart the Mac to Bring Back Mouse Cursor

If none of the solutions worked for you, try restarting your macOS device. A restart usually fixes these temporary issues. Click on the Apple logo () from top left and select Restart.

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Reset the NVRAM or PRAM and SMC

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NVRAM: Non-volatile Random-access Memory
PRAM: Parameter Random-access Memory
SMC: System Management Controller

NVRAM and PRAM store some specific settings in a location that macOS can access quickly, like designated startup disk, display resolution, or speaker volume.

SMC is a vital chip on Intel based Macs that control small hardware components and processes like keyboards, fans, thermal and power management, battery charging, hibernation, etc.

If your mouse cursor keeps disappearing on Mac, try to reset the System Management Controller and NVRAM/PRAM.

Try a Third-Party Mouse Locator App

If this issue persists, you may install a third party application that helps you find your cursor. One app you may try is Simple Mouse Locator. It is a paid app but not updated since 2015. Try it. If it doesn’t work for you, request a refund!

Summing Up…

These were some of the ways to get the cursor back on your Mac. Finally, I recommend that you learn some keyboard shortcuts for macOS. If you have time, also check out macOS Dock shortcuts. They will surely improve your productivity and make your experience swift and enjoyable.

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