Are you tired of the Natural Scrolling built into Mac OS X? If yes, then you can easily disable Natural Scrolling by reading out following guide.
For people who do not know what Natural Scrolling is, it is Mac’s weird way of handling your mouse wheel’s scrolling action. In Windows computers, when you are navigating a page, you scroll the mouse wheel down to get to the lower section of the page. Similarly you scroll the mouse wheel up to scroll to the upper portion of the page. But in Mac computers, the default setting is the opposite of that in Windows i.e. to view the bottom part of a page you will need to scroll the mouse wheel up and vice versa.
In other words, in Mac you scroll the wheel in the direction you want the page to be lifted. Mac calls this “Natural Scrolling” but we find it completely counterintuitive and unnatural. Fortunately however, Natural Scrolling is fixable and can easily be disabled.
All Mac OS X users have to do is go to System Preferences and then access Mice options. In the subsequent window of options, you should disable the option of “Move content in the direction of finger movement when scrolling or navigating.” There will be a checkbox with this option which you should uncheck. If you are using an older Mac, this option will be dubbed Natural Scrolling.
With the option unchecked, you will be able to enjoy regular scrolling.