Increasing mouse sensitivity beyond hyperspeed

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  1. awesomebutter234

    awesomebutter234 Member

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    I have already put the sliders up in windows, and I have windows 10.
     
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    So you're wanting it so your mouse has a very high sensitivity? Sometimes there is software which you can get with your mouse depending if it's branded which has sensitivity adjustment. Not sure if you can make it extremely sensitive.
     
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    I'd imagine that if you turned up the sensitivity any more, a breeze would move your mouse enough to shoot your cursor across the screen! What would you need that level of sensitivity for?
     
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    Whenever I try to use my mouse I find it to not be fast enough even with max settings. I ussually end up undershooting with my mouse.
     
  5. RynezDev

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    Google it! :p
     
  6. awesomebutter234

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    That's the first thing I did before I even posted this. ._.
     
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    And you didn't find anything? o.o
     
  8. Landviz

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    WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOP
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    What mouse do you have .-.
     
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