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Fix: Spinning Blue Circle Next to Mouse Pointer in Windows 10

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Some Windows 10 users have problems with the mouse pointer on their device. The constantly rotating blue circle next to the mouse pointer keeps bothering them. The main reason for this problem is that some background processes are constantly consuming a lot of processing power.

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While this problem does not affect the Windows 10 operating system, it can be annoying to constantly have a startup circle next to your cursor.

In this article we will look at some of the best solutions to this problem. Follow the instructions in this list in the order they appear.

How do I remove the cursor from the loading circle? Due to background applications, a loading circle may appear next to the cursor. The best thing to do is to perform a hard reset and disable all unnecessary applications and services.

If this does not solve the problem, restore your MS Office installation. Finally, make sure all print jobs are completed by closing the print spooler process.

Stop the Spooler Service

Restart Print Spooler Service

If you don’t have a printer but still tried to print something, the spooler process starts in the background. You need to finish the process.

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  1. Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open Task Manager.
  2. Then scroll down to find the print spooler process (for our system, this is the “print spooler subsystem application”).
  3. Right-click on the process and select Complete Task. Restart the computer and see if there is a blue circle next to the cursor.

Perform a clean restart

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Sometimes third-party software can interfere with the Windows cursor and therefore a rotating blue circle may appear next to the mouse pointer. To solve the problem with the rotating blue circle next to the mouse cursor, restart the computer and diagnose the problem step by step.

Pausing the OneDrive sync process

This problem can sometimes occur due to the OneDrive synchronization process. To get around this problem, right-click on the OneDrive icon and select “Stop Synchronization”. If you are still stuck, try deleting everything related to OneDrive. This will restore the blue circle next to your mouse cursor without any problems. However, if the problem persists, continue with the following method.

Remove Asus’ smart move

If you have an ASUS computer, it seems that the main culprit in your case is a program called Asus Smart Gesture. Before uninstalling it, you can terminate the process of this service through Task Manager. If this does not solve the problem, you can uninstall the Asus Smart Gesture program.

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I am a computer enthusiast and a practicing computer professional. I have years of experience in computer programming, troubleshooting and hardware repair. I specialize in web development and database design. I also have CCNA certification in network design and troubleshooting.

Frequently asked questions

How do I fix the rotation circle in Windows 10?

Windows 10, stuck on the black screen with a spinning circle when loading …

What does it mean when the mouse pointer appears as a spinning blue circle?

A rotating cursor means that the system is busy. Since the operating system is made up of hundreds or thousands of independent modules (programs), you can see how often a rotating blue circle appears, especially when you turn on or reboot the system.

How do I get a circle around the cursor when I click in Windows 10?

Find the mouse properties and click the Pointer Options tab to disable the option that hides the pointer while you type, or to display a pulsing circle around the pointer when you press the Ctrl key.

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