Do you use your mouse more than your keyboard? If you are an excessive user of mouse who goes back and forth between your mouse and keyboard,here is a small tip to let you protect your arm from tiring out quickly.
The best solution is ofcourse learning keyboard shortcuts for your mouse operations.Most people use their mouse for the most common tasks on the computer.For example, any time they change a setting on their PC/computer, they use their mouse to press OK for it to take effect. Isn’t it a little repetitive to have to press that button every single time? How would you like your mouse to automatically do it for you?How do you do that?
You just have to enable the “snap to” feature for your mouse. Go to Start–>Control Panel.Choose the “Mouse” link(sometimes “Mouse” link may be found inside “Printers and Other Hardware” link) and then click on the “Pointer Options” tab. The second choice there is “Snap To”. Checkmark that box against “Automatically move pointer to the default button in a dialog box” and click “OK”.