How do I customize my mouse and touchpad settings in Windows Control Panel?

1. Open the Control Panel on your Windows computer. This can be done by typing “Control Panel” into the Start Menu search bar or by navigating through the Start Menu. If you are using a laptop, you can also access the Control Panel through the Settings Charm by clicking on the Settings icon in the lower left corner of the screen and selecting “Control Panel” from the list of options.

2. Select the “Hardware and Sound” option.

3. On the next page, select “Mouse” from the list of devices.

4. You will now be presented with the Mouse Properties page. On this page, you can go through each tab and customize your mouse and touchpad settings.

a) The Buttons tab will allow you to change the primary and secondary mouse button functions, as well as the double-click speed.

b) The Pointer Options tab will let you see a visual representation of the mouse cursor and change the pointer speed, as well as enable or disable ‘Snap To’ functions.

c) Under the Pointer tab, you can adjust the size of the mouse cursor and enable or disable other visual effects.

d) On the Wheel tab, you can change the scrolling speed, as well as enable or disable horizontal scrolling.

e)The Hardware tab will show you a list of mouse and touchpad devices connected to your system. You can configure each device by double-clicking on it and adjusting the settings as necessary.

f) Finally, the Device Settings tab will let you select the touchpad mode (e.g. clickpad, scrollpad, etc.) and enable or disable features such as PalmCheck, Tap-To-Select, and EdgeMotion.

5. Once you have finished customizing your mouse and touchpad settings, make sure to click the “OK” or “Apply” button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.