Whether you want to make the cursor size smaller or bigger, you need to open the System Settings on your Mac and click on the Accessibility icon in the sidebar. Next, find the Display menu and scroll down to find the Pointer section. Then move the slider to change the size of the cursor.
My name is Yana, and as a content editor, I use my Macbook for 8 to 10 hours a day. Sometimes I like to have the cursor bigger so that it’s easier to see. In this post, I will show you the steps to change the size of a cursor on a Mac.
How to Change the Cursor Size
Follow the 3 steps to change the cursor size.
Step 1. Open System Settings
Click on the Apple icon on the top left corner of the screen and select System Settings.
Step 2. Find the Accessibility Tab
Click on the Accessibility tab and then click on Display. Now navigate to the Pointer section and you will see the Pointer size below.
Step 3. Change the Cursor Size
To resize the cursor, adjust the Pointer size slider by moving it to the left or right. Additionally, you have the option to modify the pointer colors if necessary. Once you are satisfied with the changes, simply exit the settings.
Adjusting the cursor size on a Mac can enhance accessibility and increase accuracy while performing tasks. The process of modifying the settings is straightforward, and there is an option to revert the changes and return to the default settings if needed.
Have you ever changed the cursor size on your Mac? Let us know if you have any more questions in the comments below.