No matter what type of computer you use, a Mac, a PC, or a laptop, at some point in time, you'll use a mouse. Ever since mice first appeared, and made popular by Apple almost 27 years ago, people have been using them to input information into their computers. Here are some tips and tricks that we've learned over the years to make this an easier and faster task.
3. Scroll Wheel Speed
Scrolling down page after page is convenient, but not in all situations. Sometimes, you just want to scroll down bit by bit. I find that setting the scroll speed to something like 6 lines at a time is best.
4. Have A Backup Pointing Solution
Modern mice have integrated batteries. If you forget to charge your mouse at some point in time, you'll end up running out of juice. It's happened to me and if you don't have a backup solution in place, you'll have to do without a mouse for a while, by either using a trackpad of some kind, or just using your keyboard. I have a cheaper Logitech mouse around that functions on AA batteries. It's perfect when my main mouse is being charged.
5. Don't Drop Your Mouse
My main Logitech mouse is currently on the fritz because my cat tends to drop it from time to time, and yes, I get the irony that my cat likes going after computer mice! Luckily, it's not a recent addition so I don't mind it all that much. However, I've ruined more than one mouse by dropping it, so best be careful.