To make selections in dialog boxes simpler, you can set up your
mouse pointer to move to the default selection, which is usually
the most common option that people work with. You can also
choose to display a trail on your pointer as it moves across the
screen. If you typically have trouble locating your indicator on
the screen, the shadowy trail can make it more visible.
Set Up Snap To and Pointer Trails
1 In the Control Panel (type Control
Panel on the Start screen, and then
click Control Panel), click Hardware
2 Under Devices And Printers, click the
3 On the Pointer Options tab, select
the Snap To check box to move the
pointer to the default choice in dialog
4 Select the Display Pointer Trails check
box and then use the slider to select
long or short mouse pointer trails.
5 Click Apply.
6 Click OK.
You can adjust the thickness of the mouse cursor to help you
spot it more easily. In PC Settings, on the Ease Of Access panel,
click the Cursor Thickness drop-down list and click a setting,
with 1 being the thinnest and 20 being the thickest