Why is it on some systems the PC will wake from sleep only when you click the mouse, while on others it will wake only when you move it?
GF and I both have Windows 7 systems in the office. Mine has a wired Logitech G500s, hers has a wireless G700s. My mouse only wakes the system when I click it (preferred) while hers wakes the system just by moving it (annoying, every time you set something on her desk or brush past it it wakes up.)
Is this determined by the mouse hardware itself? Windows settings only allow you to configure whether the Mouse can or cannot wake the PC, period. Could it be because wireless mice re-establish communication with the wireless adapter when moved which triggers a wake action, wheras wired mice don't have to?