By Dervish / Last update January 25, 2022

In the process of using the Windows 10 system, you may encounter the situation that the mouse drags the window with a delay and lag. This may be due to system settings or a driver problem. You can try to reinstall the driver or use the main.cpl code in operation to solve the problem. Come and see the detailed solution to the delay of the win10 mouse drag window.

What to do if there is a delay when dragging the window with the mouse in win10

This article provides a solution for wired and wireless universal mouse, wired mouse and wireless mouse. You can check according to the actual situation of your own mouse.

Method 1. Wired and wireless common

1. On the win10 system desktop, press the "win+r" shortcut key to open the run window, enter: main.cpl and press Enter to confirm.

2. Then open the mouse properties dialog box, click the mouse button, you can adjust the double click speed of the mouse by sliding the cursor in the "double-click speed".

3. Then click Pointer Options, you can set the speed of the mouse pointer movement and the visibility of the mouse.

4. Click the "Pulley" display card to adjust the scrolling speed of the pulley.

Method 2. For wireless mouse

1. Find the "Bluetooth" icon in the taskbar tray of the win10 system, right-click and select "Open Settings".


2. In the setting options box that opens, make sure that "Allow Bluetooth devices to find this computer" is checked, and click OK to save.


3. Right-click on the Start menu button and click "Device Manager" in the pop-up menu.


4. Double-click the Bluetooth icon in the device manager to expand the subdirectory. Double-click to open each subitem,


If the new dialog box has a "Power Management" tab,


Uncheck the "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" option and click OK.


5. Then in the Device Manager, expand "Network Adapters" and open the properties of the following network card.


Also uncheck the "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" option and click OK to save.


6. Then do the same for "Mouse and other pointing devices" and "Universal Serial Bus controllers" respectively.


PS: Make sure that the battery of the mouse is sufficient, if the battery is not enough, there will be a stuck phenomenon!

Method 3. For wired mouse

1. Press "Win+I" key combination to open windows settings and click "system".

2. Click "Power and Sleep" on the left, and pull down to "Additional Power Settings" below.

3. Find the "Hidden Additional Plan" and open it, then select the "High Performance" plan!