[SOLVED] how to change sensitivity (speed) on two different mouses individually on same pc?

Feb 20, 2019
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so i have one gaming mouse that has the correct speed for me, but recently i bought one for when i edit. how can i change the mouse sensitivity for the new mouse without changing the gaming mouses sensitivity (speed)

because i can only find a setting that changes them both same time...
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
1 long work around is this, make another User for when you want to do editing

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4026923/windows-10-create-a-local-user-or-administrator-account

Make it admin, copy contents of normal users folder in
C:/users/Oldusername
onto the folder for the new user so
C:/user/new username

that gives it same access as normal user.
No need to install anything new.
Set up sensitivity for your editing mouse.

this way both are completely apart and yet work on PC sort of together
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
if both use the microsoft drivers and not their own, I am not sure you can have 2 settings.

If, like mine, one has its own drivers and uses those instead of the default windows ones, it would at least give you a choice.

HyperX mouse mentions no software so it likely uses MS drivers - https://www.hyperxgaming.com/us/mice/pulsefire-fps-gaming-mouse

If you had the Pro it might - https://www.hyperxgaming.com/en/mice/pulsefire-fps-pro-rgb-gaming-mouse

Who makes the creator mouse? Searching google just tells me who created the first ever mouse, I want to hurt it some days. Its so dumb
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
1 long work around is this, make another User for when you want to do editing

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4026923/windows-10-create-a-local-user-or-administrator-account

Make it admin, copy contents of normal users folder in
C:/users/Oldusername
onto the folder for the new user so
C:/user/new username

that gives it same access as normal user.
No need to install anything new.
Set up sensitivity for your editing mouse.

this way both are completely apart and yet work on PC sort of together
 

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