Steps to enlarge your Mac’s mouse pointer

89macOS Sierra has come a long way both in terms of functionality and user interface. Apple’s desktop operating system keeps improving itself in the hope that it provides better user experience and compelling features. One of the most exciting features in macOS Sierra is its ability to make your mouse pointer bigger. This is a handy feature for those who have vision problems or are now using high-resolution screen.

If you just cannot locate your tiny mouse pointer among the mess of desktop icons, windows and dock, it’s time you made your pointer much bigger so that it’s easier to use.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to make your Mac’s mouse pointer bigger

Steps to make your Mac’s mouse pointer larger

Step one: First off, you need to launch System Preferences from the Dock, Launchpad or Spotlight

Step two: Next up, navigate to the Accessibility icon in the System Preferences window and click on it

Step three: Once you are in the Accessibility window, click Display to the left hand side of the window. After that, head to the Cursor Size section

Step four: You now have to drag the slider to the right to make your mouse pointer bigger. If you want to make it smaller, you simply need to drag the slider to the left

Steps to turn off the mouse pointer shake gesture on your Mac

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you cannot locate your mouse when you wake up your Mac? If you have, believe me that you are not the only one. In reality, macOS allows you to easily locate your Mac by simply shaking your mouse. However, if you find it annoying, you can turn it off. Here is how you can do that

Step one: Launch System Preferences on your Mac and click Accessibility option to proceed

Step two: Next up, click Display on the left-hand column of the Accessibility panel and check the box next to Shake mouse pointer to locate

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