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How do we reduce the click pressure on an Apple Magic Mouse?

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The Apple Magic Mouse offers some great features and has one of the highest levels of sensitivity available on a bluetooth mouse. (It works on both Macs and PCs). However, its chunky click is reminiscent of the original Microsoft wired mouse all those years ago - fine for the once in a lifetime 'gotya' click but no good for high frequency usage, e.g. lots of drags and drops. .... It just needs too much pressure to make a click.

My question is, is it possible to make a good mouse great by increasing the sensitivity of the Magic Mouse click?

This seems like a hardware issue - so come on iFixit, anybody taken one of these to pieces yet?

How do we reduce the click pressure?

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I migrated this questions from Meta to Answers because it's not actually about iFixit itself.

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There is software called MagicPrefs that will let you make adjustments that should fix your problem.

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