Learning to use a mouse correctly and efficiently is an important part of using a computer. There are many websites available to help users practice with a mouse to increase their speed and precision.
Read on for some fun and effective resources!
On Mouse-practice.com there are 112 different types of mini-games all designed to help users with their mouse control.
Some of the games we have used here at SDM are Apple Catch, Frost Bite, and Desert Dive. Each game has a different and unique objective designed to help in different areas of mouse usage.
Mouseaccuracy.com is a website designed to help users with their pointer accuracy.
The objective is to click as many of the red dots that appear on the screen as possible.
There are also multiple levels from easy to insane, as well as different cursor options.
Try to get a better score each time, and then consider going up a level and trying again.
Consistency is key when it comes to building muscle memory. Practicing over and over again will be greatly beneficial.
the website GCF Global offers an excellent tutorial with tons of information about mice and how they work.
GCF is a great resource for any type of tutorial. They have great information on all sorts of operating systems and applications.
If wanting to learn to type better as well, check out our blog post on Resources for Learning How to Type.
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