How do I adjust my mouse settings in Windows 10?

Adjusting mouse settings in Windows 10 is an easy process. To get started, click the Start button, then select Settings. In the settings window, click Devices.

Under the Devices heading, click on Mouse. This will open the mouse settings page, where you can adjust how your mouse works in Windows 10.

The first section on this page is for pointer speed. Here, you can choose how fast or slow your pointer moves when you move your mouse. The slider is from fastest (1) to slowest (10). Generally, a slower speed is more accurate and better for precision work, while a faster speed helps you get around faster.

The second section on the mouse settings page is related to scroll speed. Here, you can adjust how fast you scroll using your mouse wheel. Again, the slider ranges from 1 to 10, with a higher number equating to faster scrolling.

The next section is for double-click speed. This setting adjusts how quickly the mouse needs to be clicked twice to register as a double-click. Typically, a number between 200 and 400 milliseconds is acceptable, but if you need to make the double-click faster or slower, you can adjust it here.

The last section on the mouse settings page is for sensitivity. Here, you can choose how sensitive you want your mouse to be, from low to high. A higher sensitivity will allow you to move the mouse faster and cover more screen real estate with each movement. However, this can sometimes cause the cursor to jump around erratically, so you may want to adjust the sensitivity setting until you find what works best for you.

Once you’ve adjusted the settings to your satisfaction, click Apply to save your changes. Your mouse settings will now be applied in Windows 10.