Windows Vista: Customize Mouse Button functions
Need to know how to change mouse buttons on your Windows Vista-based PC? Windows Vista allows users to change mouse button functions to control mouse as per your convenience. The mouse button settings will allow you to customize the settings in an ample of ways such as you can change the mouse button functions, swap primary mouse button to secondary and vice versa, change the scroll speed of the mouse wheel as well as change the mouse pointer to make it more visible.
Are you looking for steps to change the way the mouse button works on your Windows Vista-based PC? Especially if you are a left-handed user, then this tutorial will guide you how you can swap primary button and secondary button to swap the left and right click functions. Do you also want to customize double-click speed? We have shown you how you can alter double-click speed, turn on ClickLock option in easy to follow steps below.
- Click the ‘Start’ button and click ‘Control Panel’
- Click ‘Hardware and Sound’, and then click ‘Mouse’.
- On the ‘Buttons’ tab:
- To swap the functions of the right and left mouse buttons, select the ‘Switch primary and secondary buttons’ check box.
- To change how quickly you must click the buttons to perform double-click, move the ‘Double-click speed slider’ towards Slow or Fast.
- To turn on ‘ClickLock’, which enables you to highlight or drag without holding down the mouse button, select the ‘Turn on ClickLock’ check box.
- Click ‘OK’
Isn’t it easy to follow these steps and customize mouse buttons on Windows Vista? If you are facing challenges then, check out this video which illustrates all these steps shown above to help you perform these steps and customize mouse buttons on your Windows Vista-based PC, on your own.