Is your mouse pointer too small? Do you ever lose it on your screen? Here is how to change your Mouse Pointer Settings on Windows 10.
In this post we will only go over the size and color of the pointer.
Accessing the settings
As you can see in the image below, there is a lot of settings for the pointer. We are going to choose the one we highlighted in a red box.
This can also be found directly in the settings menu under “Ease of Access”
You will then enter a menu that looks like the one below:
The first option is a slider to change the size.
You can choose anywhere between 1 and 15.
Far left – #1 being the smallest.
Far right – #15 being the largest.
Underneath the pointer size you will find the color options.
You have the option between white, black, inverted and custom.
You can choose any color you’d like within the “custom” option.
Change Touch Feedback
The final option in this menu is titled “Change Touch Feedback”
This is a setting used for touch screen monitors.
It will give you a visual cue when you touch your screen.
You can also make the cue darker and larger with the checkbox below.
On the Microsoft Support Page you will find their explanation of these options as well as other handy customization options to make your windows computer easier for you to see.
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