This section takes you step-by-step through changing the colour of the mouse pointer in Windows 10, with pictures of the screen to help.
1. Open the Ease of Access settings by pressing the Windows logo key + U. Alternatively, click Start > Settings > Ease of Access. Select Mouse pointer from the left-hand column.
2. On the right, below Change pointer colour, you will see four options for changing the colour of the pointer. The first two are the default setting, White with a black border, and the most obvious alternative, Black with a white border.
3. The third setting, Inverted, changes the colour of the pointer automatically based on the background colour, so that it’s white over dark-coloured areas and black over light-coloured areas. You can see through this pointer to text and images below, with their colours also inverted.
4. The fourth setting, Custom, allows you to pick from palette of suggested colours, or press the + button below to add your own custom pointer colour to the line-up.
Note: If this does not work it could be because someone else manages your computer settings (an IT department or administrator). If this is the case, you will need to contact them to access these settings or for further help.