#416 Use ‘Snap To’ to Stop Chasing Buttons Around Your Screen

Do ever get tired of dragging your mouse all over the screen or across monitors to click a button on a dialog box? If so and you’re a Windows user, you’re in luck. Windows has a mouse setting that will jump your mouse pointer to where it needs to be automatically.

The feature is called “Snap to” and it is a quick and easy fix.

How to Turn On The Snap To Mouse Option

1. Open the Control Panel and click Hardware and Sound

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2. Then click on Mouse

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3. On the Pointer Options tab check the Snap To box labeled “Automatically move pointer to the default button in a dialog box”.

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Now you can start enjoying all that time and energy you save by not needing to chase those pesky buttons all over your screen!

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