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How to Right-Click and Middle-Click with Windows TouchPads

Whether you insist on using your laptop’s touchpad all the time or you’re forced to use it occasionally out of necessity, there’s one trick you absolutely must learn: how to right-click and middle-click even when you don’t have the buttons (or if they’re disabled) .

Of course, the best alternative would be to buy a wireless USB mouse, but sometimes we have to make do with what is currently available. If you want to enable right and middle click on your Windows 10 touchpad, keep reading.

How to Right-Click and Middle-Click with Windows TouchPads - Windows

How to right-click on a laptop without a precision touchpad

Where the middle-click and right-click settings are located will vary depending on the type of touchpad built in.

For inaccurate touchpads, you’ll need to dive into a list Mouse Settings. Unfortunately, you won’t find these settings in the same place on every device.

How to Right-Click and Middle-Click with Windows TouchPads - Windows

The easiest way to find it is to open the start menu and type TouchPad. In the vast majority of cases, the touchpad is made by Synaptics and you will need to click on the menu item Synaptics TouchPad.

How to Right-Click and Middle-Click with Windows TouchPads - Windows

In the new window, press ClickPad Settings , go to Tap -> Two-finger tap or Three-finger tap, and tap the gear icon to set the desired action.

note: This menu also allows you to disable the touchpad. If your Windows touchpad is not working, this could be the reason!

How to right-click on a laptop with a precision touchpad

How to Right-Click and Middle-Click with Windows TouchPads - Windows

If you don’t see Mouse Options when performing a Start Menu search, you’ll instead need to make modifications in the Windows Settings app.

Open “Settings“He headed to الجهاز -> لوحة اللمس. Scroll down, and you’ll find settings for right-clicking on the touchpad and middle-clicking on the touchpad.

Don’t forget keyboard shortcuts

Some middle-click and right-click functionality can be reproduced using keyboard shortcuts instead. It may be more comfortable for your hands than using the touchpad.

Check out the linked article to learn more about Windows Shortcuts.

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