As an IT administrator, you may need to configure the mouse wheel to scroll control under the mouse cursor. This can be helpful when you are trying to navigate through a long web page or document, or if you need to quickly scroll to a certain point. Fortunately, this is a relatively simple process and can be accomplished with a few clicks of the mouse.
The first step is to open the Control Panel, which can be done by typing “Control Panel” into the search bar on the Start Menu. Once the Control Panel is open, select “Mouse.”
Once you are on the Mouse page, you will see several options. The one you are looking for is “Wheel” and is located in the lower right-hand corner of the window. Click on “Wheel” to open up the settings.
Once you are in the “Wheel” settings, you will see three different options that you can choose from. The first option is “Scroll Amount,” which allows you to increase or decrease the number of lines that the mouse wheel scrolls with each turn. The second option is “Scroll Control,” which allows you to control the speed at which the mouse wheel scrolls. The third option is “Scroll Under Cursor,” which is the one you are looking for.
To enable the “Scroll Under Cursor” option, simply click on the checkbox next to it. This will enable the mouse wheel to scroll control under the mouse cursor, meaning that the page will scroll when you move the mouse wheel up or down.
Once you have enabled the “Scroll Under Cursor” option, you can test it out. Try opening up a web page or document and move the mouse wheel up or down. You should notice that the page or document scrolls when you move the mouse wheel.
That’s all there is to it. With a few clicks of the mouse, you have enabled the mouse wheel to scroll control under the mouse cursor. This should make it easier to navigate through long web pages or documents as well as quickly scroll to a certain point.