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I use this method: It's for Overwatch but can be applied to all fps games I guess


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The first and most obvious suggestion - make sure your drivers are up to date. You never know just when one driver goes on the fritz, so making sure that everything is up to date and working is always a good start. Next, as suggested, make sure the buttons aren't bound to sensitivity commands, as that would cause you chaos. If you have access to any other ...


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Try to launch Minecraft in the Compatibility Mode with another version of Windows. Simply right click on the icon of Minecraft and click on Properties. Then, go to Compatibility and turn it on, select the version you want, but I recommend NOT to go lower than Windows XP.



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