Change Microsoft Mouse Settings With ‘Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse’ Windows App

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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In case you didn’t know, there’s a dedicated Windows app on the Windows Store called Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse that allows owners of Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse and Arc Touch Mouse Surface Edition to manage the settings of their devices.
Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse and Arc Touch Mouse Surface Edition app
With Microsoft’s official ‘Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse’ app for Windows 8.1 and 10 devices, user can get configuration settings for Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse and Arc Touch Mouse Surface Edition.

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Manage settings of your Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse with this Windows app

You should know that this app is designed for Windows 8.1+, so it will not work with Windows 7 or previous versions. Being available for quite a while on the Store, the app allows user to perform the following:

  • Flick to scroll quickly (on/off)
  • Tap to page up / page down (on/off)
  • Vibration/sound (on/off)
  • Intensity of vibration/sound
  • Flip scrolling direction (on/off)
  • Reassign middle tap

The app is available in the following languages – English (United States), Chinese (China), German (Germany), Spanish (Spain), Japanese (Japan), French (France), Russian (Russia), French (Canada), Finnish (Finland), Italian (Italy), Korean (Korea), Dutch (Netherlands), Norwegian (Bokmål) (Norway), Portuguese (Portugal), Swedish (Sweden), Chinese (Taiwan), Thai (Thailand) and can be downloaded for free from the Windows Store.

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