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Mouse and its identification

A computer mouse is a hand-held pointing device that monitors two-dimensional movement relative to a plane surface.  It is difficult to work on a computer without a mouse. The mouse is an input device. It controls the computer’s cursor.    

Physical Parts of Mouse:

  • Button
  • Wheel
  • Circuit board
  • Connection medium
  • Led
  1. Button: The mouse has two buttons, one right and one left.
  2. Wheel: Its function is to scroll the page up and down on the computer.
  3. Circuit board: The circuit board sends the mouse instruction given by us to the computer.
  4. Connection medium: The wireless mouse is connected with the help of a USB receiver.
  5. Led: The bottom of the mouse is led, with the help of it the mouse cursor moves.

Mouse Type:

  • Mechanical Mouse
  • Optical Mouse
  • Wireless Mouse
  • Trackball Mouse
  • Stylish Mouse

Mechanical Mouse:

The mechanical mouse uses the ball for instruction, hence it is also called a ball mouse. It is no longer used.

Optical Mouse: 

The optical mouse uses LED instead of the ball, it is used more.

Wireless Mouse:

 It is a wireless mouse; it requires a transmitter and receiver. The transmitter is located in the mouse itself, but to receive the RF, the RF receiver has to be installed on the computer.

Trackball Mouse: 

The trackball has to be used with the thumb to move the cursor. It is a bit difficult to use, though it looks like a normal mouse and it is also less able to see the mouse.

Stylish Mouse: 

It is like a stylish pen, it has all the buttons like a normal mouse. It is wireless.

Mouse work:

  • Pointing
  • Selecting
  • Scrolling
  • Clicking (Right Click, Left Click, single Click, Double Click, Triple click)

Pointing:

The cursor is highlighted by moving files to the computer screen.

Selecting:

Moving the mouse, moving the cursor over any item, and single-clicking it, the item is selected.

Scrolling:

Scrolling is called to move the page or document up or down.

Clicking:

The mouse has two buttons, left and right buttons. Pressing them is called clicking.

  • Right Click: Clicking the right button is called right-click.
  • Left Click: Clicking the left button is called the left click.
  • Single Click: If you click the left button once, it is called a single click.
  • Double Click: If the left button is clicked twice simultaneously quickly it is called double click.
  • Triple Click: By clicking the right button three times simultaneously, we can select the entire text, or document together, i.e. the work that we do with cntrl+a.