How to Enable Right-Click on Mac

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One faces many problems in using Mac when he/she comes from Windows use experience. If you are one among them, then I am sure, one out of all problems that you are facing right now on Mac, is not availability of ‘right-click’. You will be glad to know that by following a simple process, you can enable right click on Mac. There are many guides available online to help you out in this matter, but quite fortunately, the working one lies in deep pages, and you may not be able to reach them. But, you don’t need to worry at all, as this post is alone to help you know how to right click on a Mac.

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How to Enable Right Click on Mac

You just need to follow a few steps to know how to right click on a Mac. Below are those simple steps.

  • The very first thing you need to do is to open the System Preferences.
  • Now click on the trackpad.
  • Go under the One Finger section and there you will find checkbox next to Secondary Click option. Make sure to tick this checkbox. Select the option that reads Bottom Right Corner.
  • Now you just need to adjust Mac OS X secondary click behavior. You can do it easily by two fingered click.

Understanding Default Setting on a Mac

This process about how to enable right click on Mac laptop won’t be complete until you understand the default settings on Mac. By default, two-fingered click is set as right click. The right click is called secondary click. But, people do not go with official naming at all, and simply call it right click, for the sake of simplicity? Or for the reason that it’s popular name that people use while working in Windows OS. No matter what you call it, it does the same works, which is quite obvious thing.

Believe me, enabling right click on Mac is nothing less than boon. You can enhance your experience with your Mac by doing so. Usually people who come from the Windows OS use experience, feel the need of it. Anyways, there is no loss in knowing the process about how to right click on a Mac.  Since now you know it all, understood it well, it’s time to implement it. Do that right away and come back here in case you need any further help from us. We are always accessible via the below comment box.

Abhilash Thakur is the founder of iDeviceDog.com who has a keen eye on news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad. Google

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