Is it possible to use a computer with no mouse, only a keyboard, in today's world?
Yes, it it possible for a computer to perform almost all functions without a mouse, although it is a pain and not recommended. To chose different things on the screen you just have to use the tab and ender key a whole lot
What's the most correct way to pluralize "mouse" when speaking of a computer mouse?
The Compact Oxford English Dictionary (third edition) and the fourth edition of The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language endorse both computer mice and computer mouses as correct plural forms for computer mouse. Some authors of technical documents may prefer either mouse devices or the more generic pointing devices. The plural mouses treats mouse as a "headless noun." Two manuals of style in the computer industry - Sun Technical Publication's Read Me First: A Style Guide for the Computer Industry and Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications from Microsoft Press - recommend that technical writers use the term mouse devices instead of the alternatives.
Computer mouse freezes and but the computer isnt frozen, help?
Click Start on the taskbar. Right-click My Computer. Click Properties, and then select the Hardware tab. Click the Device Manager button to display a list of hardware device categories. Click the (plus) next to the category of the problem device to show all installed devices. Right-click the device to be uninstalled. Click Uninstall, and then click OK. Repeat, if needed, to remove all listings of the device. A message appears telling you to restart the computer. Click Yes. If this message does not appear, click Start, select Turn Off Computer, and then click Restart. You may need to restart the PC twice. If the driver file is not corrupted, the information is restored correctly and the device should work. After your PC restarts, open Device Manager to see that the device is listed. If it is not, you may need to reinstall it manually with the Add Hardware Wizard in the System Properties window. To open the System Properties window, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Click the Hardware tab. try that it might not help but yea its a try
My computer mouse suddenly stopped working one day. The pointer wont move. Help please?
take off mouse plug and put it back again
If I get a cat, will it try to eat my computer mouse?
nope, only play w/ it 'til it has a heart attack
My computer mouse suddenly stopped working. Any suggestions?
There is nothing wrong to your computer mouse. When you replace battery, you should turn off your computer
Help with new computer mouse! 10 pts.?
is it wireless? you have to connect it if it is wireless through the wee lil red connect buttons if it's cable i would say it's a bronken mouse
Help my computer mouse is acting weird!?
I almost have the same problem, but mine sometime it stops to work as though it doesnt receive enough power. i've tried to change to different mice but all behave the same... I real dont know what to do. Oh may be,,,,, when it stops to work i unplug it from the pc then plug back, it will work for one to two minutes then it stops.
does anybody know where i can find a cute pink computer mouse? not too little girlish, and NOT HELLO KITTY!!!?
I am sure you can find one!
What kind of computer mouse is the best to get?
how ever may i first say that the fact it is not a flat screen is completly irrelevent. well you have the wired ball mouse the first rhedioral device ever, its the most basic, it is least accurate, and requires more maintaince, it is though the cheapest but will proberly be un advalable very soon like 5 years certianally as Ps/2 which is the dedicated mouse and keyboard sockets though they may still be advalable as USB for a bit longer the USB wired optical mouse is very good, its far more accurate, precise and needs less movement to work also there is no cleaning to do of it. andthey can be purchesed for a small sum the final option is the wireless mouse no balls, hehehehe sorry I will stop giggling like a schoolgirl now, hehe these are very good I have one and although they are a bit more expensive, but well worth it as nothing gets tangled and as I am the only left handed person in my house it stops stuff from getting tangled when i swap it over, so these are very good the only con is that they run on batteries so they do need charging up every so often. thats about it the mouse, the mouse, the mouse is on fire.