Logitech MX 610 Left-Hand Laser Cordless MouseFormer staff writer - April 25, 2007
To install the software drivers, insert the supplied CD into your CD-ROM drive, wait for the software to auto-play and complete the installation process.
As you progress through the installation, you will be prompted to make some decisions on how/what to install, you can also change the directory settings.
At the end of the guided install you will be asked to agree to the End User License Agreement and will have the option to install Musicmatch Jukebox. From there the installation will take over, install according to your preferences, and then it’s on to configuring your left-handed mouse.
I always like to play with settings, so configuration is very important to me. The MX610 Left-Handed mouse has many options to choose from and even a few that I never had the pleasure of using with other mice.
Logitech's configuration program is called SetPoint. Within the configuration panel is where you can set your options. On the main configuration page you have ten options to choose from when configuring your mouse buttons. The first two are the right and left mouse buttons. As per your options, you can swap either of them to be your primary mouse click. Why though? Do you think a rightie is going to even going to have enough coordination to use it, like lefties can maneuver a right handed mouse? Remember we have had to learn to accommodate something they never have had to do.