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How To Adjust Cursor Size on Ubuntu GNOME

This tutorial will help you change mouse cursor size on any computer with GNOME desktop environment by the example Ubuntu GNU/Linux.
It is useful for many cases including, among them, teaching purposes on
online streaming or live presentation using a projector device and to help
older people or those with vision issues. We also use this on our online course in Indonesia. We wish this will really help you!

 

1. Click Ubuntu logo > find and run Settings.

2. Go to Accessibility > Seeing > Cursor Size.

3. Select one of cursors in different size.

4. Cursor size adjusted.

5. Close Settings.

 

The results will be like the following. Notice the difference of pointer size compared to its surrounding menu and icons.

Before:

After:

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