A lot of Mac users have complained about having to deal with an annoying mouse and keyboards on their Macs.

But according to a new post from AppleInsider, the company is planning to roll out a way to disable that mouse and keys altogether in the next few months.

While most users would likely be fine with using a mouse to navigate the web or open up an email, a lot of people are complaining that it feels like a “pain in the ass” to do so.

According to the post, AppleInsiders claims that the company’s new “mouse-less” mouse will “allow you to quickly and easily navigate to the most important sites and apps with just a single click.”

The feature will only work on Macs with a “Mouse+” option.

The company also promises that it will be “coming soon” to Windows machines.

If you’re wondering what you should do to get rid of your mouse and key combo on your Mac, here are some tips:Before you go ahead and disable the mouse, you’ll need to install the “Mouse-less Mouse” app, which can be downloaded from the Mac App Store.

Once installed, you should have a new set of keyboard shortcuts enabled for the mouse.

For example, the new “Shift+Shift+Delete” keyboard shortcut will open up the Control Center, and “Command+Ctrl+Left” will open the Home Screen.

If all goes well, you can just hit Control+Spacebar to go back to the original mouse and set up your keyboard shortcuts.

Then you’ll be good to go.

You can use the mouse to search the web, open up a new email, and more.

You don’t need to disable the Mouse+ button at all, though, as you can still access some other useful features like the Recent Apps list and the Recent Page.