Category: Input Device
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: 3.91MB
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP/NT/NT 4
Latest Version / Release Date: 22.214.171.124 / 31 Dec 2003
A mouse is a fundamental part of the computer and without it, it can be very frustrating when using the computer. A mouse is basically classified as an input device and is commonly used as a pointing device for selecting various icons as well as other commands in the computer. Mice come in different designs, shapes and sizes depending on their respective manufacturers. Some mice use a ball that is located beneath them and the cursor on the screen moves when the ball is moved. Other mice are classified as optical and with these mice no ball is used and instead use light emitting diodes and photodiodes to detect movement which is relative to the underlying surface. When connecting a Mouse to the computer there several options. You can either connect through serial port or USB connection. The best Mice are the ones that are designed to fit in both hands perfectly and an example of this is Logitech USB Mouse.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
Users are able to program this Mouse to their own specifications and the drivers are easy to install and below is a step by step guide of how to go about it. Click on the Start button and from the Control Panel select System. Click on the Hardware tab and then go to the Device Manager. Under the Mice and Other pointing devices category choose your Mouse and select the Driver tab. Click on Update driver and make sure you check the option ‚ÄúInstall from a list or specific location‚Äù and then click Next. Proceed by clicking on the ‚ÄúHave Disk‚Äù option and select the appropriate location always in the Program File and click Ok and then Next. Click Yes after this and Continue Anyway and then lastly click on Finish. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB Mouse errors before installing any driver updates.