MOUSE DOUBLE CLICK TEST | SPEEDWALLOP
Welcome to this exciting test where you can test your computer mouse and touchpads for accidental double clicks, a problem that is very common in older and worn-out computer mice.
TEST YOUR MOUSE FOR ACCIDENTAL DOUBLE CLICKS ONLINE
Accidental mouse double clicks can sometimes be frustrating, especially when doing your routine tasks. This can harm your performance.
Therefore, we have made this super double-click test where you can test your computer mouse for this abnormality and detect unintentional double clicks.
FEATURES OF MOUSE DOUBLE CLICK TEST
You can use this test to check for abnormal double clicks on your right mouse button.
Moreover, you can also use this test to check if the left button of your mouse registers double clicks upon a single click.
Furthermore, you can also test your middle mouse button for accidental double clicks.
HOW TO USE THIS MOUSE DOUBLE CLICK TEST
This tool is simple to use. You only need to click in the dedicated testing area with your mouse.
If your mouse tends to register double clicks upon a single click, the tool will automatically indicate the malfunction.
You can further try to fix your mouse to use it correctly in your routine tasks.
POSSIBLE CAUSES OF ABNORMAL DOUBLE CLICKS
The following malfunctions or abnormalities can possibly cause your mouse to register abnormal double clicks:
Worn-out mouse switches and faulty mouse hardware.
Outdated or incompatible drivers.
Outdated Operating System.
A combination of worn-out mouse hardware and incompatible drivers can cause abnormal double clicks.
If the mouse’s double-click speed is not configured correctly, it can cause abnormal double-clicking problems.
HOW TO FIX UNINTENDED DOUBLE CLICKS
You can try the following fixes to stop your mouse from registering abnormal double clicks:
Thoroughly clean your mouse to get rid of dirt and debris.
Keep your drivers updated and ensure they are compatible with your device.
Update your Operating System, as sometimes a bug can cause such abnormalities.
Adjust the double-click speed settings of your mouse until it adapts to your requirements.
if none of those above fixes work, try changing your mouse switches.
1. Hit the start button, type “mouse settings,” and search or go to the Control Panel and search for “mouse”.
2. Select the “Buttons” tab in the Mouse Properties window.
3. In the “Double-click speed” section, use the slider to adjust the speed at which the mouse registers double clicks.
4. Click “Apply” to save the changes and then click “OK” to exit the Mouse Properties window.
5. Test the new Double-click speed by double-clicking on this double-click test.
If the test gets triggered with abnormal mouse double clicks, it will increment the box suggesting double clicks and make the concerned block red. For instance, if you trigger the abnormal double clicks check while testing with the left mouse button, the block indicating the double clicks in the left mouse button will turn red.
Yes, the Mouse Double Click Test is compatible with all mice and touchpads. This is because the double-click is a standard feature on all types of mice and touchpads. Therefore, the test can accurately assess its double-clicking capabilities regardless of the specific type of mouse or touchpad used.