When I click, the mouse often moves a certain distance at the same time, so Windows 10 doesn't recognise it as a click. How do I increase the threshold in pixels that the mouse can move between the mouse down and up events while still being counted as a click?
As per other advice I found online, I increased DragWidth and DragHeight in the Registry, which solved the problem of a drag starting unintentionally. Now when I try to click, it doesn't drag, but it doesn't click, either
In case it matters, I'm using a Magic Mouse (not Magic Mouse 2) on an iMac 5K Late 2015 model running Windows 10 build 18363.535 with Boot Camp 6.0. I never had this problem in macOS, probably because macOS probably has a higher threshold to begin with, or the mouse is somehow optimised to work better with macOS.
So how do I increase the threshold in Windows, so that when I try to click, it's actually counted as a click?