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A Mouse or Computer Mouse is a pointing device connected with computers to control cursor movement on display screen. Douglas Engelbart of Stanford Research Center invented Computer Mouse in 1963.

A mouse or computer mouse is an input device. Its used to is used to perform different tasks in a computer thereby eliminates much reliant on keyboard and computer commands. The invention made working easy with computers and increased productivity. Even a novice with computers can start learning / using computers with help of mouse. These come in many types. Optical Mouse, Wireless Mouse, USB Mouse, Mechanical Mouse, Laser mouse are some examples.

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