If double-clicking to get some things done presents a challenge
because you have trouble clicking fast enough, you can adjust
the speed at which the mouse responds to a double-click.
Windows can then recognize a double-click even though the
individual clicks occur at a longer interval. You can also modify
how fast the mouse indicator moves across your screen so that
you can follow its path more easily.
Change Double-click Speed and
1 In the Control Panel (on the Start
screen, type Control Panel and then
click Control Panel), under Devices
And Printers, click the Mouse link.
2 On the Buttons tab, drag the slider in
the Double-Click Speed category to
set the speed at which you want to
double-click your mouse to initiate an
3 Click the Pointer Options tab.
4 Drag the slider in the Motion setting
section to adjust how fast or slow
the pointer moves on your screen in
response to mouse movements.
5 Click OK