In Windows, mouse settings are controlled by using the Mouse Properties dialog box. There are different ways to open mouse settings , for example go to Start button- Control Panel, In the search tab type mouse and select the mouse you are using,you can also use Run dialog box to change mouse setting.
Mouse Settings Changer v1.1 (Monday 19 april 2021)
1.[FIXED] – A small typo
2.[ADDED] – /Query parameter
Hold down the Windows Key and Press R on your keyboard. Once you’ve got the Run command box open, type one of the Following codes and press Enter.
Mouse Properties dialog box will open
In addition , you can use Settings app to change the mouse settings so that you can adjust your mouse according to your comfort and make it work just the way you want it.
1. Launch the Settings app (Win+I keyboard shortcut).
2. Click the “Devices” category.
3. Click the “Mouse” page in the left menu of the Settings category.
You can customise common mouse functions here but there is no way to change mouse settings in batch , vbscript or Command prompt, there are many Advantages of using scripting language for example , Allows complex tasks to be performed in relatively few steps. Mouse settings changer is a Portable freeware Application to help you change mouse settings without open Mouse Properties dialog box , it has no GUI.
How to use Mouse settings changer
Download and run the MouseSC_Info.bat file to see the whole Cmd parameters support list.
For example , “MouseSC_x64.exe /PrimaryButton:Left” command will change your Primary Mouse button to left or “MouseSC_x64.exe /Speed:10” command will set the Mouse pointer speed
You will find some example batch scripts in the downloaded file , MouseSC_Example.bat and MouseSC_Example2.bat , you can edit them according to your needs.
NOTE: If Mouse Properties window is open, Changing mouse settings may not reflect in the “Mouse properties window” therefore Please close the “Mouse properties” screen before using the program.
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 11 , Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7, Windows Vista , Windows Xp (32 \ 64-bit)
File: MouseSC_x64.exe │ Virustotal
File: MouseSC.exe │ Virustotal
¿Hay alguna manera de deshabilitar "botón derecho del mouse?" por favor necesito ayuda especificar
Prev post I incorrectly labeled the script as increment.bat when it’s actually the decrement script.
set /A VAR=%VAR%-1
set /A VAR=%VAR%+1
I hacked out some custom scroll speed increment and decrement windows batch files for my needs. 🙂
*** Increment.bat ***
IF Not %PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE% == x86 Set tApp=MouseSC_x64.exe
If Not Exist "%~dp0\%tApp%" (
Echo The file %tApp% was not found
pause & exit
"%~dp0\%tApp%" "/Query /VerticalScroll" > temp.txt
set /p VAR= temp.txt
set /p VAR=<temp.txt
set /A VAR=%VAR%-1
Please make a new similar tool , may it could be called "Keyboard Settings Changer", which have functions to setting / showing keyboard Properties -> Charcter repeat ->Repeat delay / Repeat rate .thank you!
Is there a way to enable the "Show location of pointer when I press the CTRL key?" This the feature I’m looking for.
change my mouse to golden cool mouse
MouseSC.exe works by parameter. In normal operation it only gives information. You changed the properties of the mouse keys with the sample bat file.
Please test the same on a different computer.
I wouldn’t advise using this on windows 10. I tried one of the examples and my has gone crazy. So dummy me, I downloaded the main program to see if I could get my mouse working properly and unzipped the file and ran the 64.exe with administrator privilages and all the happened was a flash on the screen and my mouse is completely uncontrollable. Thanks a lot….
My main reason for this was the see if I could get double click back on the right button. Double click was removed some time ago and Logitech has not reinstated it.
I forgot to mention that I had my password program open on another screen and when I tried to open mouse change some of the information was moved/rearranged and was unable to close the program except through Task Manager.
Did you thought about making it open source?
I would like to look on your code.