How to change mouse and touchpad settings in Ubuntu?
To change the Mouse and Touchpad settings follow the steps below.
Step 1: Search as system settings in the search box and press enter.
Step 2: In the System Settings window, select Mouse and Touchpad under Hardware.
Step 3: In Mouse and Touchpad settings, you can make changes under three categories.
Primary button - Select your primary selection button as Left or Right using the radio button.
Note: Left handed people can select Right as Primary button and vice versa.
Double-Click: Adjust the double click speed by moving the pointer over the slide bar.
Pointer Speed - Set your pointer speed by adjusting the pointer over the slide bar.
Switch on the Touchpad to set the pointer speed.
Pointer Speed - Adjust the pointer speed of touchpad by moving the pointer over the slide bar. (this option is available only for laptop users)
Enable the required check boxes to change the touchpad settings.
Disable while typing: While using buttons in Keyboard, touchpad will be disabled automatically.
Two finger scroll: Use two fingers to scroll the mouse pointer.
Tap to click: Make single click to select an item.
Natural scrolling: Page content moves in opposite direction. For example, if you scroll down, content of the page moves up.