Bored with that plain ol’ black cursor mousing around on your Mac? With macOS Monterey, you can change the color of your cursor. Here’s how:
° Go to System Preferences and click Accessibility.
° In the left column, under the “Vision” section there’s a Display icon. Click it.
° Click on the Pointer tab in the top center of the screen.
Now you can make various adjustments to your cursor/pointer. You can adjust its size via a slider control. And you can click the boxes next to “Pointer outline color” and “pointer fill color” to pick the hues you prefer.
If you decide you want to revert back to the default white and black, click the Reset button.
Now close System Preferences and you’re done.
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