I might have something that will help connecting multiple monitors to laptop others with this double-clicking issue. While that was not a problem all the time, it sometimes broke my workflow, for instance when trying to select a folder or deleting tags here in WordPress.

  • Pay attention to the box at the top of the page because that usually highlights any major issues.
  • If it’s been a while since you last used the mouse, it’s possible for dirt and dust to have already settled inside it, causing the erroneous clicks.
  • Then right-click on your mouse driver to select Uninstall device.
  • In most cases, you can change texture detail levels, general graphical quality, shadow and lighting settings, and a whole bunch more to finetune the experience for your PC.

There’s loads of it, and you can never have too much of it. Sadly, your frail back disagrees, letting you only carry what your endurance level allows. Weightless junk removes that limitation, letting you not just carry as much junk as you want, but any other items. It’s customisable, so if you find that you’re always lugging around heavy building materials, and it’s getting in the way of exploring the Commonwealth, you can redue their weight to zero as well. It’s perfect for pack rats, and generally indispensable for anyone who’s even remotely interested in crafting.

Single Mouse Click Frequently Becomes Double Click

Unless you already know the IP to target, it might be necessary to perform a DNS resolution of the host to grab the IP. I like using Dig, another standard utility that performs that DNS query from the command line.

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There are a lot of options to play around with, and I think this tool is worth having regardless. I don’t have the most powerful PC, but it’s generally capable of running most games on ultra/high around 50-60fps without vsync on. Although I was getting those 50-60fps in FO4, I was also experiencing really annoying lag spikes from time to time, and it was killing the game for me. Plus, the choppy effect from having vsync on without being able to maintain 60fps was getting old, quick. Fallout 4 likes to play the song “The Wanderer” by Dion for a reason.