A mouse is a device that manually controls the position of the cursor. The system generally uses a two-button or three-button mouse.
The mouse is connected to the interface on the rear panel of the host device through a mouse cable, and the plug at the end of the mouse cable is vertically inserted into the interface on the rear panel of the device.
Operating the mouse can do the following things: determine the cursor position, select the menu item to be executed from the menu bar, move and copy files between different directories, and speed up the speed of file movement.
You can define mouse buttons, such as selecting objects or discarding, depending on the software used.