Apple's new £55 (US$91) Magic Mouse, billed as the world's first Multi-Touch mouse, is now reportedly available to Windows users.

The mouse, also bundled with the newly restyled iMacs, comes with laser tracking that promises to be more sensitive and responsive on more surfaces than traditional optical tracking.

Self-styled geek tech website uneasysilence.com reports a way to extract both the 32-bit, and 64-bit drivers by using WinRar, the popular compression utility, on the latest Apple Bluetooth update.

The hack reportedly works on any PC running Windows XP (32 bit) to Windows 7 without issues.

Officially, the Bluetooth Update 1.0 for Windows improves the performance of the Apple Bluetooth devices when running Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Vista on a Mac computer using Boot Camp.