Every wireless mouse needs a receiver. Once you install the driver that came with your mouse, you can connect any Logitech wireless mouse to a receiver over Bluetooth, reach into easily accessible places (like under the mouse buttons or on the side of the case), or use the tiny receiver that comes with your mouse for a much cheaper, discreet option. If you can't find the receiver, though, you'll need to upgrade your logitech mouse or use something like a free tool like Bluetooth .
Once the mouse is paired with your receiver, the buttons will work like a mouse normally would. You can use a command key, a scrolling wheel, and mouse buttons to navigate. In most programs like Windows, OSX, and iOS, you can also customize the appearance of the edges of your mouse, and control exactly where your mouse can move.
Some third-party solutions are available that allow you to use the mouse buttons and scroll wheel separately, or that add multi-button support. If you're feeling ambitious, you can even control the mouse with a simple mobile phone or tablet over Bluetooth, and you can use the Logitech app to control the settings on your mouse.
Troubleshooting You might have a hard time troubleshooting your mouse if you cannot get a bridge from your router to the rest of your house. If you have a router in your home, make sure that the access point is broadcasting the right SSID, and also make sure that the IP address of the access point is correct. You can find this information by going to the IP address of the router, and then searching for "wlan AP" at the cloud based, website Wireless. d2c66b5586