4. Turn off Cortana
Although this seems to be an unusual solution, it actually works. Many users reported that after turning off Cortana, the mouse pointer appeared again on the screen.
To turn off Cortana, do the following:
- Press the Windows key > type Cortana > select Cortana &Search Settings
- Set ‘Hey Cortana’ to off.
- Turn off all the other Cortana options, including ‘Use Cortana on lockscreen’.
- Check to see if the issue persists. If this is the case, restart your PC and check your mouse again.
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