What is mouse lag?
Mouse lag is the slow response between task start and result, that is, the delay that occurs between the physical movement of the mouse and the movement of the cursor on the screen. It is a major issue when you are using a wireless mouse.
Why is the mouse lagging?
1) Connection problems
2) Depleted battery
3) Driver errors
But you don’t need to worry about it, I will introduce several common methods to help you solve this bug.
1. Update your mouse driver
If you want to ensure that the correct driver is installed, you can try to use powerful driver update software.
You are fortunate enough to simply leave the task of handling drivers to the professional driver software, Driver Talent. The software will automatically update all device drivers to the latest correct version without the need to research manually.
1) You can download and install Driver Talent on your computer.
2) Open the software and click on Scan. Then Driver Talent will search for your computer with the missing or corrupted drivers.
3) Click Install All to get all drivers updated or installed.
Then you will see Driver Talent update your outdated and corrupted drivers easily and quickly for your computer, which may fix the mouse lagging issue.
2. Disable scroll inactive windows Windows
(1) Click the Start button and select Settings.
(2) Select the Devices option.
(3) Next, click Mouse from the left pane.
(4) Now find the Scroll inactive windows when I hover over them option and disable it.
(5) Try disabling this option a few times to check if the problem is solved.
3. Change your Clickpad settings
(1) Press Windows+R and type control panel, then hit the Enter to open it.
(2) Navigate to the Mouse section.
(3) Go to Clickpad Settings.
(4) Navigate to Advanced, select Smart Sense, and set Filter to 0.
(5) To fix mouse lag issues on your PC you just have to change your Clickpad settings. This is relatively simple and you can do it by following the steps above.
After making these changes, the problem with the mouse lagging should be resolved.
4. Change the Power Management Options.
One of the solutions that you can do to solve this error is by changing the power management options. Power management options control how much power to be allocated to the peripheral devices. You can simply change the power management options by following the below-given guide.
(1) Press Windows+X on your keyboard at the same time and click on Device Manager.
(2) Now that you are in the Device Manager, locate and select the “USB Root Hub” option.
(3) Once you are in the USB root hub window, select Power management on the top right corner.
(4) Now, disable Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power and save the changes by clicking OK. It will be able to fix the error.
5. Change the mouse frequency
Sometimes the mouse lag may be related to the mouse frequency. This problem usually affects the wireless mouse. If your mouse lags, you can try solving the problem by adjusting the frequency.
Open the mouse configuration software, and change its frequency from 500Hz to 250Hz, the mouse may return to normal.
6. Check the mouse battery
Checking to see if the batteries are properly inserted and have enough charge should always come first when a Bluetooth mouse is lagging. The Bluetooth connection may be sluggish and slow if the batteries aren’t fully charged.
Therefore, replace the batteries and make sure that they are firmly connected on both ends. Recharge the internal battery of your Bluetooth mouse to its full capacity. Connect the Bluetooth mouse after that to see if that resolves the lag issue.
You may try these five methods to troubleshoot the mouse lag, and I hope your mouse can be restored to normal. If you are still confused, don’t hesitate to make comments or share your ideas below.