How to set Custom Color and Size for Mouse Pointer in Windows 11/10?

There are several new features that have been added to Windows 11/10 in order to improve the user experience. It comes with a black and white mouse pointer/cursor. If you have installed a lot of mouse pointers, you can change the scheme of the mouse pointer. It is common for us to use third-party mouse points to customize Windows 11/10.

Whenever you are not satisfied with the default black and white mice pointers in Windows 10, you have the option of changing these to colorful ones. However, if you are running an older build of Windows 10, you will not be able to use these options.

You can’t change the color of the mouse pointer on Windows 11/10, but you can change the size of the cursor, which is the closest thing to the mouse pointer option.

How to set Custom Color and Size for Mouse Pointer on Windows 11/10?

Do the following steps to set the custom color and size Mouse Pointer on Windows 10:-

Step 1. Open the Settings app from the Start Menu (Now, press the Start button and type the Settings and then click on its entry.

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Step 2. Now, Navigate to the Ease of Access category from the list.

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Step 3. After that, click on the Cursors & Pointer.

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Step 4. You will see the option to change the pointer size and color here. Use the slider under the “Change pointer size and color” option to change the pointer size.

After that, Select the colorful pointer (last option) and choose one of the eight suggested colors to use the colorful set of mouse pointers. Click on the Pick a custom pointer color option, select a color of your choice and then click on the Done button to set a custom color.

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Now, you can use mouse pointers of your choice and size. You can easily change size and color when you want to change.

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