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 DPI vs windows' mouse sensitivity?

Answer First of all, DPI => Dots per Inch.So, when you use a mouse of higher DPI, the cursor will track more smoothly and faster than with a lower DPI mouse. Simple math, I use 800 DPI, you use 1600 DPI m... Read More »
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How to Change the Mouse Sensitivity?

Mouse Sensitivity (aka: Reference, in Windows 7) is adjusted in CONTROL PANEL. There are many types and brands of mice (wireless/LogiTech/Microsoft, etc) that will have slightly different software ... Read More »
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How Do I Change the Mouse Sensitivity?

Windows XPClick the "Start" button. Click "Control Panel." Click "Mouse." The Mouse Properties window will open. Click the "Pointers Option" tab. In the Motion section, move the bar to determine th... Read More »
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How to Adjust a Mouse in Windows 7?

If you are new to Windows 7, you might need to know how to adjust your mouse settings so that your mouse will work just the way you want it. There are many settings that you can change in order to ... Read More »
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