If you want Mac mouse cursors, you can set them up in Windows 10 too. Listed here are the steps you need to follow to install mac cursor in Windows 10.
The default cursor style in Windows 10 is pretty good. If you wish to, you can even change the cursor size. The good thing is, if you don’t like the default cursor style in Windows 10, you are able to change it out to anything you want using CUR files.
For example, compared to the regular pointer cursor, I like the gloved pointer in macOS. Should you too like the mac cursor styles, you can install them in Windows 10 making the Windows cursor seem like mac cursor. All you have to do is download mac OS Mojave cursor or mac OS high sierra cursor and add these to the Windows 10 pointer styles.
In this simple and quick post, let me demonstrate the procedure to install the mac mouse cursor in Windows 10.
How you can Install Mac Cursor in Windows 10
To make Windows cursor seem like mac os cursor, stick to the steps right here.
First, visit the Github page to download macOS Sierra cursors for Windows.
On the page, click the “Code” dropdown menu and select the “Download as zip” option. This can download the cursor pack.
After downloading the zip file, extract the folder in it towards the desktop.
Open the extracted folder.
Discover the “Install.inf” file.
Right-click around the “Install.inf” file and choose “Install”.
If you see a UAC (User Access Control) prompt, click “Yes”.
You’ve installed the mac cursors in Windows. You now need to apply them.
To apply mac os cursors in Windows, open the Settings app.
Go to the “Devices” page.
Visit the “Mouse” page.
Click the “Additional mouse options” link.
Go to the “Pointers” tab.
Select “macOS Sierra 200” from the Scheme dropdown menu.
That is all. As soon as you click on the Ok button, Windows will apply the mac os cursors in Windows 10. Actually, you are able to instantly begin to see the new cursor for action.
When you are saving the changes, if you notice a Replace Scheme prompt, click “No”.
Restore Default Windows Mouse Cursor
If needed, you can reset the Windows cursors to its original scheme. Here’s how you can get it done.
Open the Settings with “Win + I” keyboard shortcut.
Go towards the “Devices → Mouse” page.
Click around the “Additional mouse options” link.
Go towards the “Pointers” tab.
Select “Windows Default (System scheme)” in the Scheme dropdown menu.
Click “Apply” and “Ok” buttons.
As soon as you save the changes, the default Windows cursor scheme is going to be restored. You will see the alterations instantly.