The third screen contains gaming settings.
The speed of vertical and horizontal scrolling is set up in the program’s fourth screen. The MicroGear wheel modes are specified here, too. You can set up each mode individually for each application or generally for all.
The last screen shows the battery charge level in percent or in workdays. However, you can easily check this out by looking at the shining indicator on the mouse itself or in the pop-up tip that appears when you place your mouse pointer over the SetPoint icon in the system tray.
The Tools tab contains hyperlinks that lead to Logitech’s websites.
You can also check out here if there are any updates available for the SetPoint program itself.