You can set the cursor to automatically take action when the cursor stops moving for a certain amount of time. This feature can be helpful for users with motor impairments.
At the bottom right, select the time. Or, on your keyboard, press Alt + Shift + s.
Select Settings Advanced.
Under “Accessibility,” select Manage accessibility features.
Under “Mouse and touchpad,” turn on Automatically click when the cursor stops.
(Optional)Customize your automatic click settings:
To click without physically pressing your mouse or touchpad, point to the object you want to click.
After you turn on automatic clicks, you can customize the actions your clicks take.
To stop automatic clicks, turn off Automatically click when the cursor stops.
Tip: To change where you scroll, hover over a new scrollbar or page until the scroll menu moves to that area.