It’s something that PC users take for granted, but for a long time there was no such thing as a right-click on a Mac. To access those right-click mouse menu options, you had to hold down the control button on the keyboard and then click the one-buttoned mouse.
If you’re running Mac OS X 10.2 or older, you still do.
But for those of you running Mac OS X 10.3 or newer – the right-click is now yours. You can set preferences for the right side of your mouse and easily do things like:
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To set up your Mac to right-click:
- Go into the Apple menu and select ‘System Preferences’.
- Ensure that the right side of your mouse is set to ‘Secondary Button’.
For more detailed instructions visit Apple Support.