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DPI (dots per inch) is a measure of the sensitivity of a computer mouse. The higher the DPI, the longer the onscreen cursor moves on the screen each time we hover.
This is the reason why many people choose to change DPI on a computer mouse. Reducing DPI can help with fast and precise tasks, like drawing with a mouse. DPI boost is also ideal if you need the mouse to move quickly while playing a game or a few applications.
Many high-end mouse models also include sliders or buttons that allow you to customize the DPI yourself. Some desktop applications also have this option.
However, if your mouse doesn’t have the above features, you can still adjust the DPI through your computer’s settings menu. While this is safe, sometimes it will cause the on-screen pointer to be a bit laggy and inaccurate. This is especially true in cases where you are trying to force a low-performance mouse to move too quickly.
How to change the DPI of the mouse on Windows 7
This way users can apply on versions of Windows from Win XP to Windows 10 with very simple steps.
Readers access Control Panel on the computer and then click on Hardware and Sound.
Switch to the new interface in section Devices and Printers Click next on the section mouse to change mouse on the system.
Mouse Properties interface appears. Click Pointer Options tab then look down Motion part, please adjust the mouse drag speed at crossbar under. By default, the mouse drag speed will be medium. To speed up the mouse drag when playing the game, you just need to drag the mouse bar towards Fast to finish.
Adjust gradually to fit when playing game, avoid too fast mouse drag. Final Click OK to save the new change.
In addition, many gamers also encounter slow right-click menu opening. If so, you can refer to the article How to speed up the display of right-click menus on Windows 10.
How to change the DPI of the mouse on Windows 10
1.Press the menu Start and choose an icon Settings.
2. Select page Settings and click Devices.
3. In the page Devices, choose mouse.
4. In the page mouse, click Additional mouse options under the item Related settings.
5. In the pop-up Mouse Properties, choose Pointer Options.
6. Use the slider in section Select a pointer speed to adjust the DPI. Swipe left to decrease DPI and swipe right to increase DPI.
7. When you adjust the slider to the correct speed, select Apply at the end. When the Apple button is greyed out, meaning there are no more changes to confirm, click X in the right corner of the screen to close.
How to change the DPI of a mouse on a Mac
1. Open System Preferences. The easiest way is to click Apple logo in the upper-left corner of the screen, then select System Preferences …
2. In the menu that opens, select mouse.
3. You will see a lot of sliders and options. The mouse’s DPI control slider is Tracking Speed. Move the slider to the position you want and experiment. When it’s done, just close the window to save it.
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