If you are used to Mac OS X Lion “natural” scrolling behavior, you might be interested in to how to emulate such behavior in Windows.
There is a registry setting named
FlipFlopWheel that does allow reversing the scrolling direction, both vertical and horizontal. The exact name of the registry key depends on the HID of the mouse devices and, in computers with multiple input devices, there might be multiple entries.
Look for a key under
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE that is named like
SYSTEMCurrentControlSetEnumHID????????Device Parameters. Change the value for
FlipFlopWheel from 0 to 1 to reverse vertical scrolling. In Windows 8, there’s an additional
FlipFlopHScroll that allows reversing horizontal scrolling.