What does the mouse do?
1. Enlarge or reduce the ratio of web pages/desktop icons
By holding down the Ctrl key, and then scrolling the mouse wheel up and down, you can adjust the page size ratio or the size of the computer desktop icon. Sometimes the fonts on the web pages are relatively small and can’t be seen clearly.
2. Automatic scrolling
When viewing a webpage, the mouse wheel will be used to turn the page. But sometimes when the number of pages in web pages or Word is too long, you can use the mouse wheel to automatically scroll the screen to free your hands.
Move the mouse arrow to a web page or document, and press the mouse wheel down once, and the page will automatically scroll up or down with a small black arrow. The farther the small arrow is from the origin just pressed, the faster the scrolling speed.
3. Create a new tab in the background to open the web link
As long as you click on the link with the mouse wheel on the web page, you can open the link in a new tab in the background. This feature is available in all browsers.
4. Close the page tab
As mentioned above, the mouse wheel can create new tags in the background, so of course you can also close tags. Operation method: Press the mouse wheel on the webpage label to close it, without having to click the “X” sign on the label.
5. Quickly switch folder views
When browsing a folder, you can change the presentation form of the file list by switching the view. In the past, we needed to modify the view in the right-click menu or through the toggle button in the upper right corner of the folder window. But in Win7, just hold down the ctrl key and scroll the mouse wheel to switch the folder view easily.