Yes, there is a way to customize mouse settings in the Windows control panel. To customize your mouse settings, start by opening the Control Panel and selecting Hardware and Sound. Under Devices and Printers, select Mouse. On the Mouse Properties window, you can customize the settings of your mouse from the Buttons tab, Pointers tab, Pointer Options tab, and the Wheel tab.
The Buttons tab allows you to change the primary and secondary mouse buttons. This means that the left and right buttons of the mouse can be switched with each other. You can also adjust the speed of the double-click feature, which allows you to double click on a file or folder in order to open it.
The Pointers tab enables you to change the shape, size, and color of the mouse pointer. You can also choose to show an animation when the pointer moves.
The Pointer Options tab allows you to adjust the speed of the mouse pointer when it moves across the screen. You can also choose whether or not the pointer should snap to default buttons. This feature ensures that when the mouse pointer is moved over the default button of a window, it automatically selects the button for you.
Finally, the Wheel tab enables you to adjust the speed of scrolling with the mouse wheel. You can also turn on vertical scrolling and horizontal scrolling, if your mouse has this capability.
All of these settings can be adjusted to suit your specific preferences and needs. Once you have made the changes to your mouse settings, click on Apply, then OK to save them. Your customized mouse settings will now be active.