Don't be confused by the cursor that appears when typing texts into a text field. The cursor that is being talked about here is the mouse cursor (or the mouse pointer).
I just got a new laptop (specs below), but it seems that the cursor is not anti-aliased.
It looks even worse, when I apply shadow at the cursor.
But, it looks great and looks like its anti-aliased, when I enable the Pointer Trails.
I also tried other cursors / cursor schemes, but that don't work either.
I can't take a screenshot, because the screenshot doesn't show the cursor ...
Operating System: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i3-6006U
RAM: 4GB DDR4
Graphics Card: (Actually, I have two ...)
Integrated Intel Graphics
Dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 940MX (2GB VRAM)
* As you can see above, I have enabled Anti-aliasing on the computer's Graphics Card, and set it to the highest level as possible, but it only "anti-alias" the "other graphics" on the screen, but not the cursor.
* Using ShareX to capture the screen, including the mouse cursor (or the mouse pointer) would not work, because it makes the cursor great on the image, but not on my screen.