How to Fix Mouse Clicking by itself issue on Windows 10?

After upgrading the Windows 10, many users are facing the mouse and keyboard issue, such as an uncontrollable mouse. As we all know that while working on the system, mouse plays a vital role, as it is the supportive piece of the hardware which users are providing commands on their computer systems even more smoothly and easily instead of using any of the navigational keys or the touchpad.

However, many times, the mouse works on your computer on its own and starts moving around randomly. There are multiples of causes behind the occurrence of this error or behind the weird mouse behaviour. Usually, it triggered due to the external factors, such as specks of dust which is caught inside the mouse, or because of any software related issues like, driver update issue.

Nevertheless, the mouse clicking by itself issue may occur on all Windows types but mostly triumphs on Windows 10 OS. Moreover, few users are reported that their mouse pointer is working in the vertical or opposite direction. As we discussed above that the mouse clicking by itself issue probably be caused by the driver failures, Are your mouse click itself or moving in a vertical direction? If, yes, follow the below given steps.

Fix Mouse Clicking by Itself Issue on Windows 10

We recommend you to follow the below-given steps in an exact sequence to avoid trouble and errors. Also, run the full system scan by using anti-malware software, this might help you in fixing the mouse issue. If not, do the following steps:

  1. Firstly, click on the ‘Start Menu’ icon to open the start menu.
  2. Then, right-click on the Start button and choose ‘Settings’ option.
  3. Navigate to the ‘Device’ option.
  4. After that, click on the Mouse located on the left side of the screen.
  5. Inside the ‘Select your primary button’ option, choose ‘Right’ options tab.

Once completed, check that the mouse stopped clicking by itself, if not; this indicates that you have to purchase a new mouse as the left side button of the mouse is broken or damaged.

Solution-2: Disable the Click Lock

  1. Hit the ‘Start’ icon and navigate to the ‘Settings’ option.
  2. In the Settings option, choose ‘Devices’ option.
  3. Choose ‘Mouse’ located in the left side of the window.
  4. Inside the ‘Related Settings’ option, press the ‘Additional Mouse options’ tab.
  5. Uncheck the ‘Marker’ located near to the ‘Turn on Click Lock’ option.
  6. After that, click on the ‘OK’ tab.
  7. Reboot the computer system to save all the changes.

Edward Collins is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve Rogers has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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