Recognize the mouse wheel events for more effective energy efficiency!
The recognition of mouse wheel events for more effective energy efficiency is integrated in APO-OK from 3.71 for all MS Windows desktop and server OS!
If you don't have a mouse with a mouse wheel, or if you never use the mouse wheel, then you don't need this new option either, just ignore it or deactivate it.
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Updated on: 11 January 2021 15:47
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