It has happened with almost all of us that we lose our cursor or rather say mouse pointer in a messy desktop. Finding a cursor is not like finding a lost treasure, but it definitely is an irritating situation. The new Mac OS X El Capitan has targeted the accessibility issues very well.
In the latest Mac OS X El Capitan, finding your cursor is like a piece of cake. Just shake your mouse rigorously and the pointer enlarges its size that cannot be ignored. On a Mac laptop, simply shake your fingers back and forth on trackpad to enlarge the pointer.
This feature is not worth a round of applause, but it can be a little fun doing it. There are users who might want to opt out of this feature. Thanks to Apple, they have provided a window for us to disable the mouse pointer shake option in Mac OS X El Capitan.
How to Disable Shake to Find Cursor in OS X El Capitan
Step #1. Open System Preferences.
Step #2. Open Accessibility.
Step #3. Once you are under Accessibility option, click on Display.
Step #4. Uncheck the box near “Shake mouse pointer to locate”.
Now your mouse pointer won’t enlarge; you can also follow the same procedure if you wish to use this option once again in future. We don’t know whether it is a useful feature or not, but it certainly is fun doing it.