How to Change Mouse Cursor Color on Windows 11
Windows 11 will be released next month. However, the dev and beta versions have been available for the past few months. If you are using the dev or beta versions, you have already seen some of the new features. One thing that Window 11 has certainly included is increased customization. This tutorial will show you how to change the mouse cursor color on Windows 11 in just a few steps.
Change Mouse Cursor Color Windows 11
Windows 11 offers different ways in which you can customize the cursor. You can change the size, style, and even the color. In this tutorial, I will address how to change the color. I will show you how to change the size and type in a different post. To change the color, follow the steps below:
- Click on the Windows icon on the taskbar and then click on the Settings cog. (You can also open the settings app using the shortcut keys: Win + I)
- Once the Settings app opens, click on Accessibility in the left pane.
- Select Mouse pointer and touch from the right pane.
- In the Mouse pointer style menu, click on the custom mouse option.
- Once you click on the custom option, your cursor will change colors. If you don’t like the color, you can pick a color from the color list provided. If you don’t like these options, click on the plus sign next to Choose another color.
- Once the color palette opens up, you can select a color of your choice. Position the circle using your cursor and pick a color gradient that you fancy. Once you are satisfied with your selection. Click on Done.
- Once you click done, your cursor will change color. Now you can close the Settings app. If you don’t like the changes, you can go back to the original cursor by clicking on the white cursor option in step 4.
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