Fix, Manage, Set Different Speed, Sensitivity for Mouse and Touchpad
PC Mouse have higher speed (sensitivity) than touchpad on laptops, notebooks. So it becomes a bit of a problem when you plug you mouse into your laptop which makes cursor too much in one small swipe. You can do the settings from control panel but that means if you un-plug and switch to touchpad you have to use settings again. Here is a fix to that problem.
Fix Different Sensitivity Speed for Mouse and Touchpad
AutoSensitivity allows you to define different mouse sensitivities (speeds) for your touchpad and mouse and automatically switch between them (based on mouse connect / disconnect). This utility is for everyone who wishes to uses different mouse speeds (sensitivities) with touchpad and mouse. If you do not want to change the speed every time you plug in a mouse, this utility is for you. You simply define two different speeds and the utility automatically switches between them according to you plugging and unplugging your mouse.
In the main window you can define two different mouse sensitivities (speeds). The touchpad speed is used when no mouse is connected. The mouse speed is used when a mouse is connected. This enables you to have different speeds and the utility automatically switches between them when plugging or unplugging a mouse.
# Download AutoSensitivity : Link
When you click on the Minimize button or on the X on the form, the utility gets minimized to system tray. If you want to bring the windows back just double click on the red application icon. Context menu is available after clicking the red application icon with the right mouse button.