Mouse settings on Mac
Use Mouse settings to customize mouse actions and gestures you use to interact with your Mac, including tracking, clicking, zooming, and swiping.
Browse through the options below for details about customizing your settings.
To open Mouse settings, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Mouse in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.)
Note: A wireless mouse must be connected with your Mac to display the settings listed below.
Point & Click
Adjust the speed at which the pointer follows the movement of your mouse. See Change mouse or trackpad tracking, double-click, and scrolling speed.
Move the contents of a window in the same direction as your fingers.
Choose the side of the mouse to click for a secondary click (or right-click).
Double-tap with one finger to zoom in or out. See the Apple Support article Use Multi-Touch gestures on your Mac.
Swipe between pages
Choose the gesture to use to move between pages in a document.
Swipe between full-screen applications
Swipe with two fingers to move between apps in full screen.
Double-tap with two fingers to enter Mission Control. See See open windows and spaces in Mission Control.
When this option is turned on, the pointer moves more quickly for fast mouse movements and more precisely for slow mouse movements.