I've been using *KatMouse* on my home and work PCs for years, it's an essential comfort tool that I install very quickly on all of my pre-Windows 10 systems (Windows 10 fixes the issue that tools like KatMouse provide a workaround for). However, over time, the number of applications where KatMouse simply wouldn't work has grown considerably. For many of those, none of the offered modes helped. There are other issues, too, for example the scrolling never seems to work if the current focus is on the Windows desktop. I decided to give *WizMouse* a try, and have not noticed any of those issues there so far, so I've switched for the time being (even though WizMouse hasn't been updated in a while, too). KatMouse would seem to be the better choice in many scenarios. For instance, it's very smart that the different workaround modes can be set by application or window type, unlike in WizMouse where it has to be turned on or off globally. But there are a few gaps in its application support that still made me go for the alternative for now.