Thursday, August 20, 2009

How to Adjust Your Windows XP Mouse Pointer Settings

This post provide technical support to Access the Windows XP Mouse Settings to adjust your pointer style and speed, plus make the mouse pointer easier to use.

Although you often do not think about your Windows XP mouse pointer, it's something you use every day you work on your computer. Perhaps you don't like the way the mouse is working, such as the fact that Windows XP often does not recognize when you want to double-click an icon. Or maybe the mouse pointer is too hard to see on your screen? The following tip shows you how to access your Windows XP mouse pointer settings for further customization.

1. Click the "Start" button.

2. Click "Control Panel".

3. If a pop-up menu appears when you click "Control Panel", select "Mouse" and skip steps 4-5.

4. Otherwise, the "Control Panel" window should appear.

5. If the window says "Pick a Category", click on "Printers and Other Hardware", and then click "Mouse". Else, just double-click the "Mouse" icon.

From here you can adjust a variety of mouse pointer settings. When done, click "OK" to close the dialog box. Then close the "Control Panel" window.

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