The X2 and Xlite series mice are designed to be compatible with a wide range of computers, including Apple Macs. 

However, it's important to note that the software provided with these mice is not compatible with Mac OS.

To adjust your mouse settings, you will need to use a Windows PC and install the software on it. 

Once you've customized your settings, they will be saved in the mouse's internal memory, allowing you to use these configured settings when using the mouse with your Apple computer.

If you have difficulties finding a Windows-running PC, what you may be able to do is to run the software on your Mac using a virtual machine, such as Wine.

Additionally, Apple's newer Macs with M1 chips have a feature called "Rosetta 2" which allows you to run some Intel-based Windows applications through emulation.

You can easily change the DPI (Dots Per Inch) settings by either using the DPI shortcut or pressing the dedicated DPI button on the mouse.