The difference between the keyboard and mouse is simple. A keyboard is an external input device which is is based on the QWERTY typewriter configuration. The keyboard contains the alphabet, numbers, and other symbols and functions which are each on sepaerate keys. A mouse is a small handheld device with one or more buttons (typically two) which allows the user to poijnt and select on a computer screen.
They are the smallest primates in the world and they experience the highest predation rates among all primates. Depending on the region, some mouse lemurs exhibit torpor during the dry season, during which they sleep for several days at a time to conserve energy. During the rainy season, they can double their body weight in order to store energy for the dry season.
The term, mice, is the plural form of mouse. The word, mouse, is derived from the original Sanskrit word, mus, which is still used today in classification. It meant thief or robber: a most fitting name for these tiny creatures.
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A PS/2 port is a computer port used for connecting keyboards and mice to computers. It was first introduced in the IBM PS/2 (Personal Series/2) line of personal computers in 1987. It is still present in some computers, but has been replaced by USB in many circumstances because it removes the possible confusion between two physically identical ports that aren't interchangeable (one for a keyboard, one for a mouse.)
It is used for the scrolling in the monitor.
The left mouse button is the one which is mostly used by the computer user. It is used for clicking and double clicking objects. Clicking is used to select objects, whereas double clicking is used for opening objects on the computer. Another important thing that the left mouse button can be used for is dragging things on the computer.
On the other hand, the right mouse button allows the computer user to select from a list of commands that can be used to instruct the computer to perform a certain action. It can be used to change the background of the computer, create folders, rename files and folders.
A scroll mouse is a mouse which includes a scroll wheel. The scroll wheel can be used to scroll up and down webpages or documents, and can also be clicked as a third button.
i think a mouse is a peripheral because a mouse is an input device that's is without the mouse a PC can operate by it self and any device that is attached to the computer and removed makes the computer work is a peripherals
If you are clicking the left-click mouse button (Or, even the right-click mouse button), and it counts as two quick clicks, try these steps. 1) Be sure you are not clicking any other mouse buttons. For example, if you are hitting the scroll wheel (If using a desktop-type mouse, rather than a laptop built-in mouse), that sometimes counts as a left-click; the result in hitting the 'left-click' button twice without the user noticing it. 2) Can you recall any settings you have changed recently that may have made this happen? Go into mouse options through your control panel and check for any options that you've configured recently. 3) If all else fails, check the manufacturer's website for help or consult the manual for the mouse.
It acts like a mouse
It depends on what you like better. Wired mouse you always have to have a cord with and also a mouse pad. But with a wireless you have no cord and all you do is plug it into a unused usb outlest and no mouse pad required. Also the mouse will need one battery.
Within a word document a right click would display options such as cut/copy/paste/undo, etc. In an excel spreadsheet it might display options for the particular cell that the mouse is hovering above.
The mousepad on the computer. Some computers have a mini mousepad between the F+G key.
This could be called an optical fiber diagram.
The phrase "I-beam" describes the shape of the pointer in Word.
The pointer looks like a capital i -- I -- with a line across the top and bottom
It is known as a touch pad.
On a Mac the Secondary Mouse Button is what is often called a Right Click - The primary button being the Left Click. When you click the Secondary/Right hand button you will see a menu of options appear from the mouse pointer. You can move your mouse down the list of options and click on an appropriate item. The contents of the menu will vary depending upon which application you are using when you click - which is why the menu is known as a Context menu. In the Mouse section of System Preferences you can configure the Secondary button to perform some task, other than activating the menu, like opening Spotlight to search for something.
That would be the laser sensor of the mouse.
Wireless mouse tend to have laser sensors and Optical the ones with cord. They utilizes light-emitting diodes (LED) or laser as a method of tracking movement.
A device, such as a keyboard, used to enter information into a computer.
A computer mouse does not use any input, it IS an input device.
press Shift + Spacebar & then Arrow keys to highlight with the keyboard! Have fun!!!
Additional information(Google Chrome and Windows XP). Press "Shift"+ "Arrow keys" to highlight the word. Have fun!!!
try using capital letters. You can also use bold fonts or first letter capital or underline.