To start off we installed the Inferno software and drivers included with the mouse. The Inferno software interface has a lot going on. You can tell Cooler Master put some time and effort into the software. Along the top are six different tabs. You have the Main Control, Storm Tactics, Macro, Script, Library, and Support/Update tabs. The first tab you’ll see is the main control. This allows you to adjust the basic controls for the mouse: button assignments, DPI level, and USB report rate. If you notice on the left hand side of the software there are two sections labeled advance setting and game profiles. If you click anywhere on that sidebar it will pop open a new section to the main control (or any other tab). This allows you to adjust your profiles and change some more advanced mouse features like motion sensitivity, button response time and double click speed.
The next tab is the Storm Tactic tab, which allows you to enable the Storm Tactics button and make any necessary adjustments. You can also adjust the mouse scroll speeds for both up and down. The Macro tab allows you to record your macros for the Macro button. Remember that you can change almost any button to be whatever you want it to be. You could make the forward/back buttons the macro keys if you really wanted.
The next tab, the Script tab, is similar to that of the Macro tab, but allows you to run a series of commands. The library tab allows you to easily adjust your macro and script libraries to and from the mouse to your computer.
The last tab is the Support/Update tab, which allows you to get support for the mouse or update the mouse software.
After making the necessary adjustments to get the mouse settings comfortable for me I was able to start using the mouse. At first it was somewhat weird to get used to, but this is the case for any mouse; you have to get used to the feel of the mouse, which only took about 20 minutes. I used the mouse for a couple days across all platforms: gaming, casual working, web browsing. I had no difficulties using the mouse and found it quite comfortable after hours of use.
Like I mentioned before, the mouse has many illuminations. Here are a couple pictures of the mouse lit up.