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Does Kensington mouse work on Mac?

Does Kensington mouse work on Mac?

Once available, the new version of KensingtonWorks (2.1. 20) will support macOS 11, and will be backward compatible with macOS 10.13 and above.

How do I install KensingtonWorks?

Installing KensingtonWorks Trackball Software

  1. Download and install the latest KensingtonWorks software.
  2. Restart.
  3. Start KensingtWorks.
  4. Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy and unlock to change settings.
  5. On the General tab, click the button to allow KensingtonWorks.

How do I uninstall Kensington from MAC?

Go to System Preferences > right click on Kensingtonworks > remove. Open Finder in the computer. Click on “Go” in the menu bar on the top.

What is KensingtonWorks?

KensingtonWorks™ is a tool for personalizing your experience with Kensington® trackballs, mice and presenters. Designed with productivity in mind, KensingtonWorks™ allows you to customize button functions, modify pointer settings and tailor your device functionality to meet your individual needs.

How do you zoom with a trackball mouse?

Holding down CapsLock enters into “mouse wheel” mode. It’s also possible to hold CapsLock+Ctrl to get alternate behavior (like zooming), depending on the app.

How do I remove Dockworks from my Mac?

It’s easy and this manual method works like this:

  1. Click Launchpad icon in your Mac’s Dock.
  2. Find the app you want to delete.
  3. Click and hold the app until it starts shaking.
  4. Click X in the top-left corner of the app icon.
  5. Click Delete.

How do I zoom my Mac screen with mouse?

Use your trackpad or mouse to zoom on Mac

  1. On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Accessibility , then click Zoom.
  2. Select “Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom” to turn on zooming.
  3. Choose a modifier key (Control, Option, or Command) to use to zoom, or press a combination of them together.

Can you zoom in and out using a mouse?

If your mouse does not have a wheel, hold the Windows key and + (plus) or – (minus) to increase or decrease magnification. The Magnifier keeps your settings between each use. For example, if you close the Magnify window at a high magnification level, it will open at that same level the next time that you use it.