The Rapoo 3920P will work just fine as a plug and play device, and is said to be driverless, but Rapoo actually offers software for most of their devices. After installing the software, we have to select the product's model number at the top. Once that is done, we see this window showing the 3920P and its buttons to afford users a bit of customizability.
After clicking on the left click button, we see a whole menu with options to combine keys, flip 3D, set Macros, and even launch and disable profiles. On top of that, there are also sub menus. In the basic function section, we see eight standard commands that anyone would appreciate.
The advanced section is exactly what it claims to be, a section of more advanced commands to set to the buttons. There are ten options to this list, including zoom, window control, and other things of that nature.
Under "mouse function," we have a list of all the basic controls we saw in the first software image, so we moved right to the multimedia choices. Here are all seven options one would need for media control.
Then, at the bottom, there is even a Windows 8 specific section to allow a single press to take you to the start screen, search panel, bring up the charms bar, or even zoom in and out of the screen. While it is a driverless mouse, having this software provides us with much more than we expected during our initial look at the 3920P.
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