Is there a means to "slow down the mouse" on the edge of the monitor (when multiple monitors)

Faced with a small problem — put one monitor on top of the other, respectively set up. Main — bottom.
Faced with the problem — it turns out before I switch tabs the browser's "ricochet" — brought the mouse up to the stop, to the edge of the screen, and then slightly down and sideways on the tabs of the browser. Now the mouse jumps to another monitor.

Can anyone encountered a similar problem — any ways to slow down the pointer at the border of the monitor? For example, to transfer only if the mouse slips to "corner" or if you just clamped the button?

Please do not offer to do an offset for the top of the monitor relative to the bottom for education "overlap transition" is not convenient when the mouse led in the upper left corner, and it appears in the lower right.
October 3rd 19 at 04:36
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October 3rd 19 at 04:38
Solution
Answer himself.

DDMM (Dual DIsplay Mouse Management)

If you move the mouse across granizo, holds at the extreme end of N milliseconds or until you press CTRL.
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Works under W8
October 3rd 19 at 04:40
There are still CursorLock, able to completely block the mouse within one screen (or within the application window) until you pressed the key combination to unlock. Though it's not quite what was requested, in some situations, this Proca can also be convenient.

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