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Windows 7: Props to Game Booster...


28 Jan 2011   #11

Windows 7 x64 (Ultimate)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte View Post
i've got a logitech (g3) mouse, and i never bother with the setpoint drivers.

am i missing anything?
I don't really know but, wouldn't be worth a check? I mean, if you don't like it or notice any improvements, all you do is uninstall it

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28 Jan 2011   #12
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Well things like this,

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come in very handy depending on the game and what you are doing; faster for run and gun, slow it down for sniping, etc. They also in the latest versions added in an application-specific setting, whether it is something you would find useful on not is another story but nice to have the ability to re-assign the buttons (everything but the left and right click) for various programs if desired.


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29 Jan 2011   #13

ultimate 64 sp1
 
 

thanks for showing me that.

it's odd, i like to tweak most things until it hurts - but i've always been happy with my mouse at default settings, even though i game a lot - my, i do believe i've killed you a few times, stormy .

personally i'm happy with the sensitivity, and i can change it with a little button on the mouse, but i generally don't bother.

my mouse only had two extra buttons (one on each side), and these work as forward/back keys by default in lots of other progs like browsers and movie players.

the report rate setting might be useful. i think windows 7 runs mine at 500. doubling it may help - but is that hardware dependent?
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29 Jan 2011   #14

Windows 7 x64 (Ultimate)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13 View Post
Well things like this,

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come in very handy depending on the game and what you are doing; faster for run and gun, slow it down for sniping, etc. They also in the latest versions added in an application-specific setting, whether it is something you would find useful on not is another story but nice to have the ability to re-assign the buttons (everything but the left and right click) for various programs if desired.
I have the lastest setpoint software and what I find extremely Awesome is the fact that I can set my G9 totally different for "General" functions to "Gaming" functions.

For instance, if I check the OS implementation for "General" use, my mouse is WAAAAAYYY to quick while browsing or checking my emails but I need to have it checked for "Gaming" options, otherwise, my Mohaa just blows chunks... something I wouldn't be able to accomplish with the Microsoft Mouse Settings.
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