Working on laptops, some users may not feel comfortable with the same default speed and sensitivity for both their touchpad and mouse to control the cursor movement.
Think of a scenario when you are playing games and want much speedier po
inter speed for the mouse and when you are working on text editors like Word,comparatively slow pointer speed is indeed enough.
Unfortunately, the Windows operating system offers no option to configure different sensitivities for mouse and touchpad. This can be really frustrating for users at times.
AutoSensitivity is a simple program which allows users to set and define two different sensitivities for their mouse and touchpad respectively.
With AutoSensitivity installed, users will be prompted with a setting window to adjust the sensitivity or speed for both mouse and touchpad differently. Users can set and apply the speed for their mouse and touchpad so that they don’t encounter sensitivity issues.
AutoSensitivity requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 / 4.0 and it supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
The application is very simple to use. Just run (no installation needed), simply mark out two different speeds and save the settings. The advantage of this tool is it saves you from manually changing the speed every time you plug-in a mouse.