How to Change Mouse Sensitivity in Windows 7

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To change how sensitive your mouse is in Windows 7, navigate to the Start button in the left hand corner and click "Control Panel".  In the search box, search for "mouse".


Click on the "Change mouse settings" option and navigate to the "pointer options" tab on the top.


The "Select a pointer speed" bar controls how sensitive your mouse is.  Adjust it accordingly and press Apply to save the changes.

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Last Updated on Monday, 19 July 2010 02:50  
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