Tag Archives: mouse

How to install Mouse drivers on Windows 10

A mouse works out of the box on Windows 10. It will work even if you’re still on the initial set up screen where Windows 10 asks you to enable certain permissions, set up Cortana, and select a keyboard layout. The mouse is basic hardware so Windows 10 has generic …

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How to configure Razer devices using RazerGenie

Thanks to the open-source community, Razer gaming peripherals have great support on Linux. In the past, we’ve talked about how to configure your devices using PolyChromatic. However, that app isn’t the only way to configure Razer devices on Linux. Introducing RazerGenie, it’s an easy to use app that you can …

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How to configure hot corners on an iPad

iPadOS 13.4 has improved mouse support. You can customize the appearance of the pointer and you can now configure hot corners on an iPad. This feature works a lot like it does on macOS but, it is an accessibility feature. To that end, you have to enable a few of …

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How to test mouse buttons

A mouse is a fairly simple peripheral that most people use every day. They’re plug & play devices and you only need a specific driver for them if the mouse is a gaming mouse with more than the traditional two buttons an ordinary mouse has. The gaming mouse might still …

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How to customize the mouse pointer on iPadOS

iPadOS 13.4 is now out and it brings extended support for the mouse and trackpad. Most features won’t work unless you’re using an Apple device but, for an ordinary Bluetooth or USB mouse, you do still have the option to customize the mouse pointer on iPadOS. Here’s how. Customize mouse …

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