In many programs, you can include the type cursorand that is used in monitors with a very small number of points of resolution per unit of screen area. This limitation of the capabilities of the monitor is forced to display the cursor in the form of a rectangle, to make it more visible. As a rule, in the vast majority of applications where you can use this kind of cursorand to switch between its standard and rectangular shapes use the same "hot key" - press the Insert key and the cursor will enter its normal form.
If the computer involved is one of the options in the "accessibility" of the operating system, which increases the size of the cursorand for more convenient operation people with low vision, return to normal view, using the control panel of the OS. Press the Windows key and in the main menu, select "control Panel". In the window of this component will find and activate the category of "ease of access Center", and click the link "Relief work with the mouse". In the table "mouse Pointers" page that opens, check the box next to the standard representations of the cursors input and mouse pointer - it is the first in the list and labeled "Normal white". Then click OK and done in the OS settings change will take effect.
You can make the necessary amendment directly to the Windows registry - for example, if the width of the cursorwas changed using any "tweaking", to use which it is now not possible. To do this, start the registry editor press Ctrl + R, type regedit and click the OK button. After starting the program press the F3 key - so you invoke the search dialog in the registry. Enter the name of the key that specifies the width of the cursorand input - CaretWidth. Click OK and wait for the search procedure (it may take several tens of seconds). The editor found the string in the registry and then right-click and select the context menu item "Edit". In the Value field to open the form, you choose the preferred width of the cursorin pixels (minimum value is one). Then click OK and close the registry editor.