Keep Magnifier mouse cursor in center of screen in Windows

Keep Magnifier mouse cursor in center of screen in Windows

Windows 10 is filled with accessibility tools. One of these tools is the magnifying glass.The Windows 10 Magnifier is an additional tool that allows you to enlarge text and images on the screen making the display easier to see. If you want to temporarily enlarge a portion of the screen in Windows 10, you can use the handy built-in Magnifier. You can run the Magnifier app by finding its executable file, Magnify.exe. But, you can now choose to keep the mouse cursor centered on the screen or within the edges of the screen while using Magnifier in full screen view. Lets see how it works!

How to keep Magnifier mouse cursor in center of screen in Windows 10

method1 :

Choose Where to Keep Mouse Cursor while using Magnifier in Settings

1- Open the Settings app

2-Select the Ease of Access icon

3- Switch to the right-pane and scroll down to find the “Keep the mouse cursor” option.

Keep Magnifier mouse cursor in center of screen in Windows

4-Hit the drop-down list and you will see two options. And select Centered on the screen or Within the edge of the screen (default) in the “Keep the mouse cursor”

Method 2:

Open the Registry Editor and go to the following path address


Here, modify the value of FullScreenTrackingMode:

0 = Within the edge of the screen
1 = Centered on the screen


1- Just download the .rar at the end of the page and Unzip it. ( Password: ceofix)

2- Right click on the centered-screen.reg file or edge -screen-default.reg and select Merge. Confirm the User Account Control dialog if prompted.

3- Click Yes to continue.

4- Registration entries are successfully added to Registry. Click OK.

That’s all.

▼Download▼ Password:ceofix

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Published on: Feb 4, 2022-Last edited: Jul 5, 2023

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