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How to increase mouse speed beyond windows max
skymanhonor

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Msg#: 8301 posted 7:36 pm on Jan 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi, I have my mouse speed maxed out and it still feels slow when I have to do some repetitive actions that required going back and forth across the screen. Does anyone know how to increase the speed more.

I found this article on microsoft.com

[support.microsoft.com...]

That mentiones editing the registry for HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Mouse. I tried that but did not notice anything.

Has anyone tried new values there and what did you find works?

Thanks!

[edited by: skymanhonor at 8:08 pm (utc) on Jan. 6, 2005]

 

greenleaves

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Msg#: 8301 posted 8:07 pm on Jan 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

The fastest way for me to do repetitive tasks, and everything pretty much, is to use the keyboard. It takes a wile to learn many, many commands from different programs. But it is well worth it, and after a wile there are many similarities in the quick keys (some are just logical).

*note: it also looks nifty

skymanhonor

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Msg#: 8301 posted 8:10 pm on Jan 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

I agree. Unfortunately this one in particular requires mouse action for selecting text (and I can't reposition things any closer).

Milamber

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Msg#: 8301 posted 8:22 pm on Jan 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

Get a mouse with a higher DPI.
You'll probably need to get a "gaming" mouse to do it. Razer specializes in high DPI gaming mice.

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