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
2. Then click on Mouse
3. On the Pointer Options tab check the Snap To box labeled “Automatically move pointer to the default button in a dialog box”.
Now you can start enjoying all that time and energy you save by not needing to chase those pesky buttons all over your screen!