Logitech SetPoint is the software used to install and control Logitech mice. It contains drivers and software enabling you to take full advantage of your mouse.
Reviewing 6.32.20 (Nov 13, 2011)
Setpoint Version 4.x forgot about the horizontal scroll from my LX3 mouse.
Rather than re-install V4 from th CD that came with the mouse, I downloaded 6.32.
Worked fine for a couple of hours. Then, mouse clicks had no effect. Skipping details about floundering around, I alt-tabbed my way into an editor (emacs), and discovered the editor was receiving repeated keypad-leftarrow input.
Rebooting made the problem go away for a couple of hours. I did this several times. One time, the repeating imaginary keystroke was keypad-rightarrow, another time there was no apparent imaginary input.
I unplugged the keyboard, which had no effect.
I uninstalled Setpoint V6, and the problem has not recurred in several hours of running.
True, the pathology could be in some other software that somehow reaches into Setpoint's data.
I'm running with no Setpoint, which means there is no horizontal scroll, which is why I bought the LX3.
(I have two theories: Windows resents the Logitech mouse, and attacks it. Or Logitech resents my IBM keyboard, and fabricates bogus keystrokes.)
Reviewing 6.20.64 (Aug 17, 2011)
Easy to use and does what it says.
Reviewing 6.20.64 (Dec 6, 2010)
Doesn't work correctly for my G5 Gaming Mouse...
Reviewing 6.15.25 (Jul 28, 2010)
I've been using SetPoint and a G5 mouse for a couple of years, and the only complaint I have is that I have not found a way, through SetPoint's interface, to disable the BlueTooth service it installs. I have no BlueTooth devices, so it is useless to me, and yet I cannot remove it. Aside from that, the software offers good features and functionality (even though it's a little bloated).
Reviewing 6.10.65 (Jun 15, 2010)
sure it's a little bloated but it give acces to some custom & advanced feature and management (change default buttons behaviors, etc)
Here are the changelog from 6.0 to 6.1 :
The download size has been reduced by approximately 60%. This has been achieved by streamlining the code and removing device pictures from the download package. SetPoint will automatically download pictures in the background for devices that are connected to your system.
SetPoint 6.1 includes the control panels for standard mice and keyboards (previously supported in SetPoint 4.x) and gaming mice (previously supported in SetPoint 5.x). This reduces duplication of system components, resulting in a smaller overall installation size.
The SetPoint control panel for standard mice and keyboards has been updated with a new appearance.
Numerous bug fixes and stability enhancements have been made in SetPoint 6.1
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