I'm addicted to keyboard shortcuts; they're a much faster and easier way to manage the PC. But besides keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures are also a handy method to perform certain actions. If you don't believe me, try High Sign and see it for yourself.
High Sign is a useful tool that lets you create infinite mouse gestures and associate them to specific actions, which may range from inserting a text fragment to launching a certain application, including also system tasks like copy, paste, minimize, open, save and more.
High Sign features two separate windows where you can check the list of available gestures and actions, respectively. The good thing is that you're not limited to the gestures included in the program: by activating the "Training mode", you can teach the program as many new gestures as you want, and associate them to your most frequently performed actions.
High Sign is compatible with basically any Windows application and is also seamlessly embedded in Windows Explorer. On the downside, there's absolutely no documentation included in the program, which means you must learn how to use it on a trial-and-error basis.
With High Sign you can create mouse gestures that help you manage your system in a more efficient way.