In Windows, the mouse settings can be found in the Control Panel. To access the Control Panel, open the Start menu, locate the Control Panel option, and click on it.
On the Control Panel window, select the “View by” option in the top right corner, then select Category. A list of items will appear on the left side of the window, and under “Hardware and Sound” select “Mouse”.
This will open the Mouse Properties window, which contains the settings for your mouse. Here you can modify the primary features of your mouse, such as the pointer speed, clicks, wheel setting, and more.
On the Buttons tab, you can choose whether or not to use the left-handed or right-handed settings for your mouse’s buttons. You can also adjust the double-click speed and sensitivity here.
On the Wheel tab, you can adjust the scrolling speed of your mouse wheel. You can also decide whether or not you would like to scroll horizontally with your mouse wheel.
On the Pointer Options tab, you can adjust the speed of your mouse pointer. This affects how quickly your pointer moves when you move your mouse. You can also choose whether or not to display pointer trails, which can help you track your pointer more easily.
On the Pointer Alternation tab, you can choose which pointer your mouse uses as its default. You can also adjust the pointer’s size here.
Finally, on the Hardware tab, you can view the connected mice, as well as access the advanced settings for each mouse connected to your device.
Once you have finished adjusting the settings of your mouse, click the Apply button at the bottom of the window, then click OK. This will save your settings and you are now ready to use your mouse with the settings that you have chosen.