Microsoft has taken special measures to increase the personalization and security features in the Windows 10 system. In addition to these features, the user interface is made extremely interactive along with extended support to the universal applications. You might want to change the mouse pointer speed while you browse. Here is how you can change the mouse pointer speed in your Windows 10 system.
Click the ‘Windows’ icon
Firstly, single-click the ‘Windows’ icon as shown below. The icon is located at the leftmost part of the Windows taskbar. You can also access the start-menu options by pressing the ‘Windows’ button on your keyboard.
Click the ‘Settings’ option
In the start menu, you will find different options related to customizing your system. Here, choose the ‘Settings’ option as shown below.
Click the ‘Devices’ option
In the Settings window, there are settings related to the system, gaming, accounts, phone, gaming, ease of access, privacy, etc. Here choose the ‘Devices option as shown below.
Click the ‘Mouse’ option
In the ‘Device’ settings window, there will be setting options related to the various device like mouse, trackpad, typing, auto play, etc. Here click the ‘Mouse’ option.
Click the ‘Additional mouse options’
In the Mouse settings section, single-click the ‘Additional mouse options’ to view and customize the advanced mouse pointer settings.
Click the ‘Pointer Options’
In the mouse properties window, select the ‘Pointer options’ tab to view the mouse pointer customization settings.
‘Change the pointer speed’
Under the Pointer options, ‘Change the pointer speed’ of the mouse by selecting a mouse pointer speed as shown in the below pic.
‘You can now easily change the mouse pointer speed in the Windows 10 system by following the above steps’