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 How does one go about resolving inertial momentum for one's mouse on Windows 7?

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What is an inertial navigation system?

As soon as sailors started leaving the sight of land to navigate to distant destinations, they developed a form of navigation known as dead reckoning that eventually became the basis for modern ine... Read More »
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Who invented the inertial navigation system?

Dr. Charles Stark Draper was born in 1901 in Windsor, Missouri. He invented the inertial navigation system. The technologies he created won him multiple awards in his field, and they significantly ... Read More »
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How do I get different mouse pointers on Windows XP?

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DPI vs windows' mouse sensitivity?

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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