Apple’s first Multi-Touch mouse now works with Windows computers thanks to some trickery from the guys over at UneasySilence. Apple pushed out a Bluetooth update last month to help Bluetooth devices play better for Mac users running Windows in Boot Camp.
Thanks to a little hackery from Apple’s Bluetooth Update the Magic Mouses driver was extracted via WinRar resulting in a 32bit version and a 64bit version that you can install on any ordinary Windows PC that will enable all the scrolling â€˜magic’ of the Magic Mouse.
Magic Mouse owners should head over to Uneasysilence to download the necessary files to enable multi-touch features in Windows.
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