Apple’s operating system does not indulge users with customization options. Usually everything ends at the level of choosing wallpaper, splash screen and light or dark theme.
However, in MacOS Monterey, developers have added the ability to change the color of the cursor and its backlight. You can change the standard pointer both for variety and for convenience in order to better distinguish its outline against the background of windows and applications.
To change the color of the cursor:
one. In the menu bar, click the Apple icon and launch System Preferences.
2. Go to “Universal Access” and in the sidebar go to “Monitor”.
3. The tab “Index” will contain the necessary parameters for configuration.
At any time, you can return both the cursor outline and the fill colors to the default settings. To do this, use the button “Reset” in the same menu.