You can change the color and size of the mouse pointer in Windows11 by the following methods.
- Click "Windows Logo" and open "Settings".
- Click "Accessibility" -> "Mouse Pointer and Touch".
- Change the style, color and size of the mouse pointer.
Depending on the background of your desktop, the default black border and white mouse cursor may be difficult for you to see.
Also, depending on the monitor size, the mouse cursor may be too small to be lost.
In such a case, change the color and size of the mouse pointer to use it comfortably.
This article will give you a clear and detailed explanation of how to change the color and size of the mouse pointer in Windows11.
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Click "Windows Logo" and open "Settings".
Click the "Windows logo" on the taskbar of your desktop.
After clicking on the "Windows logo", the menu expands upwards.
Click "Settings" in the upper right corner of the expanded menu.
Click Accessibility to open the Mouse Pointer and Touch screen.
After clicking "Settings", the screen with "System" will be displayed.
Click on the item labeled "Accessibility" from the menu on the left.
After clicking the item labeled "Accessibility" to display the page labeled "Accessibility".
Click "Mouse Pointer and Touch" on that page.
Change the style, color, and size of the mouse pointer.
After clicking "Mouse Pointer and Touch", a page with "Accessibility> Mouse Pointer and Touch" will be displayed.
You can change the color and style of the mouse pointer with "Mouse pointer style" on that page.
In the item labeled "Size", you can resize the mouse pointer using the slider on the right side of the page.
To change the color of the mouse pointer, click on the image of the green mouse pointer inside the frame labeled "Mouse Pointer Style".
If you click on the image of the green mouse pointer, you will see some suggestions from Windows as "recommended colors".
If you don't find your favorite color in it, click "Choose another color".
Click that "Choose another color" and you'll see a window that says "Choose another color".
You can also specify colors in RGB or HSV in this window.
Click "Finish" when you can specify the color you like.
If you find it difficult to see the initial black border or white mouse cursor, or if you lose sight of the mouse pointer quickly, please give it a try.