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The computer mouse is an input device that controls the cursor used with all desktops and the mouse (pointer) to move around the computer screen.
a computer mouse is used to point things on the computer screen
By the "mouse" standards of today, the first Apple manufactured computer to have a mouse was/is called the "Apple Lisa."
To our research we find that the first computer mouse was made out of Wood.
mouse is used for moving cursor in the screen of computer
To connect it to the computer so the functions of the mouse can be used.
Yes you can. Just make sure the new mouse can plug into the usb or mouse port of your computer.
A computer mouse is a device that is used to control the computer functions for scrolling, selecting, and de-selecting. The mouse is usually externally attached to the computer.
The purpose of the computer mouse is to be used as a graphical pointer on a computer instead of lines of text.
to control the operations in the computer.
You have a mouse. You used it to get here. Oh, and by the way its USB
The computer mouse is used to move the cursor or arrow on the computer monitor. The mouse is operated by hand, usually with a mouse pad underneath it.
Because the first ever mouse was shaped like a real mouse
The Macintosh. It was a simple, single button mouse that slid on a wheel.
To transfer coded data from the mouse to the computer. It relays information about how the mouse should act onscreen.
When engineers were building the first computer mouse, they did much troubleshooting to better the design. They tested the design for problems and durability.
to change the position on the computer screen.
The earliest mouse was invented in 1946 by the British but was a military device kept secret. The first personnel computer (PC) mouse was invented in 1982 by Microsoft.
The first computer mouse was invented in 1963-64 by a man named Douglas Engelbartas.
He thought about the idea of the computer mouse, but did not make his first one until 1964, his first one was used in the 80's when an apple computer used it with one of their computers.
I think the BBC Microcomputer had the option for a mouse.