When using Dual or Multiple Monitor Windows Computer, you can easily Lock Mouse onto any given Monitor with MurGeeMon. In order to Lock Mouse Cursor Movements onto the current Monitor, all you need to do is Move the Mouse Cursor to the desired Monitor and press a Keyboard Shortcut to Lock or Unlock Mouse Movements to the current Monitor. Given below screenshot displays the Monitor Control tab with Mouse Locking feature highlighted.
With Toggle Mouse Lock on Monitor with Hot Key functionality you can define a Keyboard Shortcut to Lock or Unlock Mouse Movements to the Monitor with Mouse Cursor. Once Mouse is Locked to one Monitor, you will not be able to move the Mouse Cursor to any other Monitor unless you Unlock Mouse by pressing the Keyboard Shortcut again or by closing MurGeeMon.
The above screenshot displays change in status bar of the Monitor Control tab when Mouse is Locked to Monitor. In the Screenshot above, the Mouse is Locked to Primary Monitor and to the right hand side of the status bar, nearest Monitor to the Mouse cursor is displayed. The Keyboard Shortcut works like a toggle so that the same keyboard shortcut can Lock and Unlock Mouse onto any given Monitor.