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    Best computer mice/mouse trouble.

    Are you asking for advice on which mouse to buy or how to fix your current mouse?
    Maybe get the MX Master 2 for one of the best (non gaming) mice if you want to buy.
    If you want to fix, I’m not sure what your problems are, but you can tweak the mouse settings, go to Start and type "mouse", then click on first result, then tweak a few things there, or click on "Additional mouse options" on the right, and then tweak more settings there. You could also install Logitech helper software to tweak more things (if available).



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    Try cleaning the sensor, but that’s a longshot. It’s probably just broken inside.
    If you want recommendations, those are always going to be subjective. There is no "best" in something as specific to the user as a mouse. I use an Anker Ergonomic mouse at work. It’s cheap, very comfortable, and has been reliable for me. At home, I use a Razer Naga corded, which I like for the extra buttons and large size.



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    Try cleaning the sensor, but that’s a longshot. It’s probably just broken inside.
    If you want recommendations, those are always going to be subjective. There is no "best" in something as specific to the user as a mouse. I use an Anker Ergonomic mouse at work. It’s cheap, very comfortable, and has been reliable for me. At home, I use a Razer Naga corded, which I like for the extra buttons and large size.



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    I have had a lot of trouble with mice in the past, mostly because I’d spend a lot of money on a mouse and then be wholly unimpressed with its accuracy or battery life or range. So, I changed my tune: instead of getting the "best" mice, I began getting the best bang-for-your-buck mice, and it’s been great.

    I don’t know how you use your computer, but I use mine for university studies and video editing, so this $12 UHURU Bluetooth Mouse is fantastic for me. I’ve had it for about six months, and it’s been great. It’s reasonably comfortable, accurate, has a few extra buttons, and lasts a good long time on a battery (I’ve yet to change batteries, which are AAA). Plus, if I lose/break/get tired of this mouse, I’ll have no guilt, since I only spent $12 on it. Recommend it highly. Good luck



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