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How to enable mouse "snap to" feature in Windows 8?

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    Windows 8

    How to enable mouse "snap to" feature in Windows 8?

    How do I enable the mouse "snap to" feature in Windows 8?

    I miss it soooo much !!!

    HALP !!!

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  2. #2

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    64-bit Windows 10

    Hello John, and welcome to Eight Forums.

    Here you go.

    Mouse Pointer - Snap To Default Button - Windows 7 Help Forums
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How to enable mouse "snap to" feature in Windows 8?
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