Ron Brembt
Asked Jan 31, 2020 at 02:56 PM

Double Clicking

Lately (last several weeks) the vast majority of my on-screen selections require a 'double click' on the mouse in order for advancing. How can I correct this so movement on-screen can be accomplished with just a single click on the mouse? Could this be an associated problem with Boostspeed's notice of "Hish system resource usage detected' and I "might experience extreme PC slowdown"?

1 answer
Anna Ward
Edited Feb 04, 2020 at 12:36 PM
Pro answer

Thank you for posting your question on our forum and for using our products, Ron Brembt.
To reconfigure your mouse settings, please follow these steps:
1.Press Start.
2.Go to Settings (click on the cog icon).
3.Click on ‘Devices’ section.
4.Go to ‘Mouse’ section. If you don’t find the necessary settings there, go to ‘Additional mouse options’ link to access the needed settings.


As to high system resource usage, it may have different consequences and cause various problems, however, Auslogics BoostSpeed tools help you locate these issues, resolve them, and optimize your PC.
If you need any further assistance or have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Anna Ward
Edited Feb 04, 2020 at 12:36 PM
Pro answer

Thank you for posting your question on our forum and for using our products, Ron Brembt.
To reconfigure your mouse settings, please follow these steps:
1.Press Start.
2.Go to Settings (click on the cog icon).
3.Click on ‘Devices’ section.
4.Go to ‘Mouse’ section. If you don’t find the necessary settings there, go to ‘Additional mouse options’ link to access the needed settings.


As to high system resource usage, it may have different consequences and cause various problems, however, Auslogics BoostSpeed tools help you locate these issues, resolve them, and optimize your PC.
If you need any further assistance or have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.