Customizing my mouse pointer with animation cursor

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When i turn off and turn on my PC I've to change again in mouse pointers, so i want to keep my own animation cursors on mouse pointers, so is there anyone can help me in that please.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #97008

Customizing my mouse pointer with animation cursor

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Hi,

Changing mouse cursor is fun, you'll get to personalized the mouse pointer to look nice. It is also helpful to have your own personalized mouse cursor for clear view. Some application needs to have this because of it's usage, specially if you're on games.

I'll provide you the steps to do so, here's how; > Go to Start, Open Control Panel > Click twice on mouse icon > Then on Mouse properties, click on Pointers tab > On Pointer click, the down arrow on the Scheme and select the cursor you want This should let you change the cursor.

Answered By 0 points N/A #97009

Customizing my mouse pointer with animation cursor

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Here are the step by step procedure of selecting a cursor:-

  • Got o start,
  • Then click on control panel,
  • Go to the icon "mouse", double click it.
  • A window will be open up showing buttons, pointers, pointer options, wheel and hardware tabs.
  • Click to pointers tab and then select the scheme you want.
  • Then after selecting the preferred cursor, apply it and then press ok.

The cursor has been saved and then next time it won't change.

Answered By 0 points N/A #97010

Customizing my mouse pointer with animation cursor

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Good Evening,

Having animation cursors is really cool and I always change my cursors to animation. However, I also run into the same problem. I have to tell you, it’s a pain in the neck. I just can’t it when that happens. When Anyway, you want to stop the animation from changing. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Click on Start.
  • Scroll over to Control Panel and click to open.
  • Once the Control Panel is open, you want to double click on “Mouse”.
  • Click on Mouse Properties and then on Pointer tab.
  • You then will select the type cursor you want and apply it.
  • Finally, click ok. This will and should save your pointer setting.

 

Hope this helps and Good Luck.

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