It is possible to easily change your cursor on Windows 10 to customize their visual appearance on your computer. Windows 10 gives you a lot of possibilities to change the appearance of the cursor, such as changing color, shape and color. Microsoft provides an easy way to customize your Windows 10 cursor, and you can download and install other scheme that doesn’t come with Microsoft Windows 10.
If you just want to change your mouse cursor for accessibility reasons, you can change the size and color of the mouse pointer in just a few steps.
How to change the mouse pointer on your Windows 10 computer
Click on Start, then select Settings.
In the Windows Settings window, click Devices.
On the left side of the screen, select Mouse. Or
Go to the Windows 10 search bar, type mouse, then click Mouse Settings in the search result.
Find the Additional mouse options and click on it.
In the mouse properties window, select the Pointers tab.
Select an activity for which you want to change the cursor, then click Browse at the bottom right. Now, select the new cursor you want to use on your Microsoft Windows 10 computer, then click on Open.
Click OK to close the Mouse Properties window.
Close the Settings window.
If you no longer want the cursor you have, you can replace it with a new one or select the cursor you want to change in the custom section, then click Use Default to revert to the one that came with Microsoft Windows 10.
How to change the size and color of the mouse pointer
Navigate to the Windows 10 search bar, type ease of access mouse, then click Ease of Access mouse settings in the search result.
In the Settings window, select Mouse pointer.
Under Change pointer size, you can move the slider to adjust the size of the mouse pointer.
Under Change pointer color, you can select a color or click custom, then choose a suggested pointer colors or pick a custom pointer color.
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