1.    07 Feb 2016 #1
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    Enabling 4 way scrolling with Magic Mouse

    Does anyone know if it is possible to enable 4 way scrolling with Apple Magic Mouse on Windows10? I loaded the drivers from Bootcamp which enables 2 way scrolling. The only drivers I have found that work well are from Parallels on my Mac. Trying to enable the same capabilities on my PC with the Magic Mouse.
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  2.    07 Feb 2016 #2
    Join Date : Apr 2014
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    W10 Pro x64/W7 Ultimate x64 dual boot main - W10 Pro Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64 - remote pc

    Hello Ryan996 Welcome to the Ten Forums!

    To be right up front I can't say that I am familiar with the mouse you have there but did end up buying a few dual scroll wheel trackball mice by one company I ended up using on not only the second desktop but a few laptops carrying one with each for use instead of the wear and tear on the touchpads! One older laptop saw a pad where a heavy finger just about made that totally useless! The trackball with the dual scroll wheels of course makes portability a bit easier since all you need is a small flat surface to rest the mouse on. There's no need for drivers since the mouse has the one drawback of 5 buttons but not programmable and works on the Linux as well as Windows platform. Welcome to www.A4Tech.com::download driver

    Believe it or not the previous Trackball mouse here was an MS Trackball Explorer MS suddenly discontinued several years back that saw programmable button as well as 64bit 7 drivers as the last from the support if not 64bit for Vista which still worked on 7. The left click on that and this particular mouse is by thumb not the right index finger as your standard mouse would be however. The trackball sees the index finger instead rather then the need to move the mouse around on any surface.

    Now for instruction about the only to be found on the other OS's mouse you have there one guide for that model on hot to fix scrolling problems might be a help but by comparing notes with how the Control Panel in Windows works except the Mouse>Wheel settings in Windows are strictly for setting how many vertical characters and lines are moved per scroll. That wouldn't any help at all for you there with this. How-to Fix Scrolling on the Magic Mouse How-To Apple
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