Last Updated on Nov 10, 2020
A truly beautiful option for all Mac users, who can customize or change cursor size on Mac OS X. Like Windows, Ubuntu, and other desktop OS. Old and professional developers set it and keep that big on large Mac Screen (27 inches iMac the newly released). The larger cursor size makes it easy for navigating through the MacBook and Mac, compared to the default cursor size. So, if you’re facing difficulties while using the Mac, then this tutorial is for you.
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Are you willing to customize your mouse pointer size and related settings? Then this is the right place to know thinks for all about mouse settings. Folks are trying to find this option inside the mouse section under the system preferences. But Apple didn’t give option there, so follow the below right way on modifying your mouse cursor in your Mac’s screen.
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Steps to Change Cursor Size on MacBook, Mac Running any MacOS Version
Keep note that there is a slight change for macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur, or Later users and macOS Mojave or earlier users, which we have highlighted in the following steps, so don’t miss any step.
Step 3: For macOS Catalina, Big Sur or later: From the right sidebar click, Display. Then, click on the Cursor tab. Drag the Pointer to the Large side to increase the Cursor size on MacBook, Mac.
More Help Related to Touchpad or Trackpad:
If you are using the trackpad, also useful setting related to use it more comfortably right there: Mouse & Trackpad. Mouse Key speed customization (Control over keyboard Number pad), Double click speed (Finger touch with a double-tap), Spring loading delay. Don’t set double-tap for trackpad at the maximum level because most users are in trouble double tap not working with misconfigured settings.
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