Logitech Control Center
Logitech Control Center


Logitech Control Center free download for Mac

Logitech Control Center

25 June 2019

Keyboard, mouse, and trackball control utility.


Logitech Control Center (LCC) is designed to support OS X and allows you to take full advantage of your Logitech keyboard, mouse, or trackball. With the LCC you can:

  • Browse the Internet using dedicated keys that provide one-touch access to your favorite sites.
  • Launch your email application by pressing a button.
  • Play music and control the system speaker using built-in buttons.
  • Open frequently used items, such as documents, folders, and applications with a single keystroke.
  • Scroll in windows of applications built for OS X. You can scroll up and down with a single keystroke or wheel movement.
  • Switch between open applications.
  • Show contextual menus with a single mouse click.
  • Simulate keystrokes to provide shortcuts to commands you use regularly.

What's new in Logitech Control Center

Version 3.9.8:
  • Bug fixes and improvements

Requirements for Logitech Control Center

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later

413 Logitech Control Center Reviews

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11 August 2014

Most helpful

I have used Logitech software almost forever. It has NEVER failed me in any way. Invariably, I have found the software whiners usually blame their system is screwed up because of someone else's software - of course not themselves!
Like (9)
Version 3.9.1-20
25 June 2019
The easiest bug fix for this is not to use it. As a hardware developer logitech should really learn how to code after all those years of beginner's quality. It forces me to look for other vendors.
Version 3.9.8
18 March 2019
The total mess. Installs files across the system. Not recommended for people who wants to keep a healthy OS.
Much better use SteerMouse:
Like (1)
Version 3.9.7
18 February 2019
This does not recognize devices without unplugging and plugging back in. Removed and installed USB Overdrive, which works. Mojave 10.4.3.
Version 3.9.7
07 February 2019
too many issues to list
Version 3.9.7
30 September 2018
Just garbage. Terrible Mac support. I'm ready to throw all his logitech stuff in the trash.
Version 3.9.7
11 August 2018
Almost two years without updating while new products have been put on the market and many bugs have not been solved! ... If this is not the fucking mouth, what is it?
Like (1)
Version 3.9.6
23 September 2016
v. 3.9.5 does not work either! After 20-30 min from installation of the new v. the mouse stops working together with the trackpad....
Like (2)
Version 3.9.5
1 answer(s)
06 May 2017
Beware: V is not the latest version for Sierra 10.12.4 and causes crashes !!! The latest version is on http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/corded-mouse-m500/downloads
04 August 2016
Guys, if you're still using this one, do get Logitech Options instead. The link is: http://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/options It is leaps and bound better software than LCC (not sure why they still develop this one?…)
Like (1)
Version 3.9.4
2 answer(s)
05 August 2016
They develop it because Options doesn't work with older hardware.
Like (4)
29 October 2017
Don't use Logitech Options either. It will place your Mac into a messed up state when restarting without the Logitech device connected. It will cause it to startup with the pointer frozen if you have the following conditions:
1) Set your trackpad to be ignored when a wired or wireless mouse/trackpad is attached (in System Preferences > Accessibility).
2) Use a mouse with a USB wireless connector or Bluetooth mode.
3) Startup your Mac with the Logitech mouse/trackpad not connected or nearby or turned off.
4) Have Logitech Options installed on your Mac.

Confirmed issue with macOS Sierra 10.12.6
Like (2)
19 December 2015

Everything had been working properly using v3.9.3 on El Capitan. No problem. Now, since the 10.11.2 update has come out, my mouse will often lose the ability to track, stopping the cursor dead in its tracks. Oddly enough, all the buttons still work though. Logitech's solution, as per their forums, is to unplug the receiver and plug it back in again. Oh, if that were a solution. It works again, for an indeterminate amount of time, and will often fail again, especially if my Mac has just been started up. Doing this also causes my button configuration to be screwed up; I have the thumb button on my Performance Mouse MX set up for Mission Control, and it stops working entirely after unplugging and replugging the Unifying Receiver. And occasionally, randomly, the modifier keys on my (otherwise unsupported by a driver) Microsoft keyboard swap their functions (I have them set to the proper Mac keyboard layout of Command on the right, Option on the left, using the OS X Keyboard prefpane), a problem which is often remedied by unplugging not the Microsoft receiver but the Logitech receiver. Huh?

This is an expensive piece of hardware (two, if you count my Microsoft keyboard) rendered nigh-on useless by malfunctioning software. Fix it!
Like (2)
Version 3.9.3
07 December 2015
Often drops connections to Bluetooth mice in both Yosemite and El Capitan (tested on several MBP and MBPRs). Poor vendor support. Not updated/stable on OSX 10.10.x or 10.11.x. Great hardware, awful drivers. Buggy.
Like (2)
Version 3.9.3


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