Yes, it is possible to configure mouse and touchpad settings on the control panel. The process of setting up the mouse or touchpad depends on the type of device, but generally, the steps are similar.
First, open the control panel on your computer (Windows). If you’re using a laptop, the control panel will likely be located in the “Hardware and Sound” category. Once inside the control panel, select “Mouse” or “Touchpad” (depending on your device) and then select “Settings”.
From the Settings window you will find several options to customize the performance of your mouse or touchpad. Here you can adjust the speed at which your cursor moves across the screen from slow to fast. You can also adjust the sensitivity of the mouse or touchpad for better accuracy and improved targeting.
The Click Options section allows you to customize the way your mouse or touchpad functions when clicking. This includes adjusting the time length of a single click, as well as how quickly double clicks happen. It also provides a feature which makes it easier to use drag and drop functions. Similarly, the Scrolling Options section allows you to adjust the scroll speed of your mouse or touchpad.
Finally, the “Other Device Settings” section allows you to choose which range of buttons your mouse or touchpad uses. Some devices include additional buttons/actions that can be enabled or disabled in this section.
These are just some of the many features available in the Control Panel. Depending on the type of mouse or touchpad you are using, there may be additional features you can access. In any case, these should provide a good starting point in customizing and optimizing your device’s performance.