Yes, you can customize your mouse settings in the Windows Control Panel. The Control Panel is a centralized location for managing system-wide settings for hardware, software and user accounts.
To access the Mouse settings, click the Start button, then select Settings > Devices > Mouse. You’ll find various options for customizing the mouse pointer, buttons, scrolling, and more.
The Mouse settings are organized into different sections, depending on the type of mouse you have. You can find separate settings for both touchpad and traditional mice.
Under the Mouse tab, you can adjust the speed and sensitivity of the mouse pointer. You can also set the double-click speed, turn on or off pointer trails, and adjust the scroll wheel speed.
Under the Buttons tab, you can change the functions of the left and right buttons. For example, you can switch their functions so that the left button performs a right-click action and the right button performs a left-click action.
If your mouse has additional buttons, such as forward and back buttons, you can find settings for those buttons under the Wheel tab. You can assign specific actions to each of the extra buttons, such as opening a browser window or running a program.
Under the Pointers tab, you can customize the look of the mouse pointer. You can choose from different shapes, including arrows, dots and plus signs. You can also choose from several pre-set pointers or even create your own custom pointer by uploading an image.
Finally, under the Pointer Options tab, you can adjust the ways the mouse pointer moves. You can speed up or slow down the rate at which it moves across the screen, and you can also adjust the acceleration of the pointer.
Overall, the Windows Control Panel lets you customize the mouse settings in great detail. By adjusting the speed and sensitivity, assigning functions to extra buttons, customizing the look of the pointer and more, you can make your mouse experience more comfortable and efficient.