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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Simplify the use of the login dialog(Windows XP, Vista, 7)

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             A new mouse is acting strange on the PC: the pointer can hardly be tamed, and even with the slightest touch, it is moving too fast. The speed can be adjusted by changing the settings, but remains unchanged in the login dialog for all system users.
             Adjust the mouse and make sure the settings apply to the computer’s default user. With that, these settings will be available to all users even in the login dialog.
             Open ‘Run’ in the start menu of Windows XP, enter ‘regedit’ and click ‘OK’. From Vista onwards, enter ‘regedit’ in the input field of the start menu and press the [Enter] key. Confirm the question of user account control with ‘Yes’ or ‘Continue’. Then navigate to the key ‘HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Mouse’. The mouse settings for your user account are stored there.
             With the command ‘regedit /m’, start another instance of the registry editor. In that, navigate to the key ‘HKEY_USERS\ DEFAULT\Control Panel\Mouse’. Here, the same strings and values are defined as in the key of your user account. Adjust the values by opening the entries by double clicking and then editing them. If you want to change only one setting or swap the mouse keys for left-handers, you can also edit the string ‘SwapMouseButtons’ by double clicking in the key ‘HKEY_ USERS\DEFAULT\Control Panel\Mouse’ and setting the value to ‘1’. Then close the registry. From the next boot, the previously defined mouse confi guration will be effective throughout the system.


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