Windows from Microsoft Corporation is one of the best operating systems that most of us prefer to use. Some of the reasons why we prefer Windows computers is mainly due to its user friendliness. Even if you are new to a Windows computer, you can learn to use it without any difficulty. Though some of the features and functionalities can only be used by professionals, novice users, even if they are not aware of these, can still get the job done.
When it comes to working with Windows computers, the mouse and the keyboard are the ideal links between the computer and the user. Only with the help of the keyboard and the mouse will the user be able to work on the computer. A keyboard is an input device, since you enter the necessary commands with the help of the keyboard.
Talking about the mouse, you might come across some issues with the mouse pointer also while trying to click on a particular icon. There are plenty of reasons for issues with the mouse pointer. One of the top reasons might be due to the changes made by one of the software that you installed recently. It might also be an issue with that particular icon or file that you are trying to click. It might refuse to open due to a possible corruption or damage.
Whenever you have a sluggish or an irresponsive computer, you need to find out the root cause of the same and try to fix it. In most of the cases, this can be solved by restarting the computer. Some of the possible Microsoft problems and the remedies for the same are given below.
Changes In The Pointer Or The Icon
In case you have installed software recently, there are chances for it to have changed the settings of the icon or the pointer. The software that you installed recently must have made the changes without your permission. However, you can fix this by making changes to the display settings from the Control Panel.
Pointers Or Icons Missing
You might notice that the some of the icons on the desktop along with the mouse pointer went missing all of a sudden. Ensure that the icon that you were looking for is configured in such a way that it appears on the desktop. For the missing mouse pointer, ensure that the mouse is properly connected to the computer.
To get assistance on fixing almost all Microsoft problems, you may contact our tech support desk via the hotline number or using the chat support feature.