Apple® Magic Mouse that Works on Windows® 7
Apple store was down few months ago as it was preparing the launch of new product line up from Apple. Everybody was anxious and were waiting to see what Apple has in store for them this time. Finally, the wait is over and Apple has introduced a series of product including Mac Mini’s with more memory , new designed MacBook and the revolutionary multi-touch technology Magic Mouse
TheApple Magic Mouseintroduced iPhone style touch capabilities for the first time in the world of mice. This multi-touch technology mice sensation soon became very popular. However, much to the disappointment of Windows users, magic mouse is not supported by Windows operating system. Since magic mouse was officially launched to be supported by Mac users only, PC running with Windows were left out as there was no other multi-touch capable mouse was available in the mice market.
The wait for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 user is finally over. Developers have finally managed to hack the driver and it is now possible to run magic mouse in Windows 7as well other version of Windows. This was possible because of the update of Bluetooth driver by Apple. It was because of the update that hackers were able to extract two .exe files and give the privilege to Windows 7 user to enjoy the first multi-touch magic mouse on their PC.
According to a press release by Apple the officials thanked the hackers for the hacking from Bluetooth update by Apple. They informed that the Magic mouse driver was extracted via WinRAR which resulted in 32 and 64 bit version that can be installed in any Windows 7 PC.
Now, Windows 7 users can also enjoy the scrolling magic of the magic mouse.