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Windows 11

 

You can customize your mouse in various ways by clicking Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices > Mouse

 

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Some additional settings can still be accessed in the Control Panel which you can open by clicking Additional mouse options at bottom of page

 

 

Windows 10

 

You can customize your mouse in various ways by clicking Start > Settings > Devices > Mouse

 

Mouse_Properties2_basics

 

You can also adjust the mouse pointer and cursor size by clicking Adjust mouse & cursor size as shown above

 

Mouse_Properties3_basics

 

Some additional settings can still be accessed in the Control Panel which you can open by clicking Additional mouse options at bottom of page

 

 

Windows Vista, 7 and 8

 

You can customize your mouse in various ways by clicking Start > Control Panel > Mouse (under the Hardware and Sound section)

 

Mouse_Properties_basics

 

Buttons - Allows you to swap the mouse buttons (handy if you are left handed), or change the double click speed

 

Pointers - Allows you to change the default mouse pointer that you see on the screen

 

Pointer Options - Change options such as pointer speed and pointer trails

 

Wheel - Configure the scroll options and speed for the wheel

 

Hardware - Shows the type of mouse that is attached to your computer

 

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