How To Change Mouse Scrolling Speed on macOS Big Sur [Tutorial]


How To Change Mouse Scrolling Speed on macOS Big Sur [Tutorial]

To work more comfortably, change the way your mouse responds as you move it. A wireless mouse must be connected with your Mac to make the changes .

When it comes to using a mouse, everyone is different. Some like fast double-clicking, others like natural scrolling. Maybe you prefer a traditional button mouse to Apple’s Magic Mouse. Maybe you want to use right-clicking again. Whatever your preferences are, you can customize them to suit you better. Here’s how.

Whether you’re working with text documents, web pages, large images or long forms, chances are you’ll have to scroll to read the rest of the document. It varies per person how quickly you want to have it adjusted. Some people like to be able to calmly see where the page is going, while others want to navigate as quickly as possible. Fortunately, you can adjust the scrolling speed of your mouse and trackpad in macOS. In this tip we show you how to do that.

The scrolling speed determines how fast you scroll from top to bottom and from left to right as soon as you come across a scroll bar somewhere. By adjusting the scrolling speed in System Preferences you can make this option faster or slower according to your own preferences. Below we explain step-by-step how to change the scrolling speed of the mouse, the built-in trackpad of a MacBook and the external Magic Trackpad can adjust.

This tutorial will apply for MacBook Pro, Air, Mini’s running the macOS operating system. This tutorial was performed on a macOS Big Sur system.

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