How to Configure Logitech Mouse Buttons on Mac

Are you struggling to configure your Logitech mouse buttons on your Mac? If you have been searching for alternatives to programs such as Razer Synapse, which are no longer compatible with Mac OS Monterey and Big Sur, then you have come to the right place. In this tutorial, we will show you how to get keybinds on your mouse using the best alternative program called USB Overdrive.

The first step is to visit the USB Overdrive website, which you can find in the description. You can download the program for different versions of Mac OS, such as Monterey, Big Sur, Catalina, or even older versions. Once you have downloaded the latest version of the program, put it into applications.

Open the USB Overdrive program, and you will see that you don’t have the registered version, which costs $20. However, there is no limitation in the unregistered version of the driver, except that you will see a reminder every time you open the application. Click “Register Later” to continue.

Next, go to “Status,” and select your mouse. In this tutorial, we will focus on Logitech mouse buttons. Go to “Settings,” and here you can choose what you want to configure. Select the mouse, and you can change many things such as speed, acceleration, and side buttons.

To configure the Logitech mouse buttons, focus on the side buttons, which are button four and five. You can choose either of these and bind them to various functions. For instance, you can have them do the normal thing of pressing the button, or you can have them press other side buttons. You can also have them press specific keys, type text, launch applications, execute macros, or execute music commands such as play or pause, increase volume, or decrease volume.

The options for configuring Logitech mouse buttons on Mac are endless, and if you want a more in-depth tutorial on how to execute macros or other functions, please write in the comments, and we will do that for you. However, the most basic function is just for the button, and you can have it hold down and other buttons.

In conclusion, USB Overdrive is the best alternative program to configure Logitech mouse buttons on Mac OS Monterey and Big Sur. We hope this tutorial has been helpful to you. If you liked it, please share it with your friends or people that you know have this specific problem.