Admin’s note: this post is kindly provided by ibstylin. Minor editing are made.
More and more jobs these days require the use of computers and keep us working with them to overcome the increasingly fierce business competition. This means that we all need to find more ways to work more efficiently at the office. There are so many simple things you can do, and one way is to start with a small change in your equipment, mainly your mouse and keyboard.
Swapping out your old mouse for a programmable gaming mouse, for instance, can make things run more smoothly. How many times have you sat at your desk and fought with a mouse that doesn’t want to move on the screen where you need it to be? It can be a huge waste of time. Using a mouse with a higher Dot Per Inch (DPI) can make a difference. Basically, what the DPI number says is that for every 1 inch you move your mouse, the cursor will move that many pixels on the screen. A standard computer mouse usually has a DPI around 800 to 1000. A gaming mouse averages 1600 to 2000 DPI. So, you get greater and more smooth movement on the screen and less movement of the hand.