How to Change Mouse Primary Button to Left or Right in Windows 10
By default, Windows 10 is using the left mouse button as a primary button. The primary button is used for functions such as selecting and dragging your files, folders, paragraphs or text, and so on. In certain conditions, e.g. depending on the connected hardware, it can be useful to assign the primary mouse button to the right button instead of the left button. Here are three methods you can use to swap the button function.
Enable Mouse ClickLock in Windows 10
ClickLock is a special feature of Windows that allows locking down the primary mouse button (usually left) after a single click. By enabling this option, you can select some text or drag an object without holding down the left mouse button.
In Windows 10, you can change the number of lines the active document will scroll for each movement of your mouse wheel. Also, you can make it scroll one screen of text at a time. Here is how it can be done.
A mouse pointer, also known as the cursor is a graphical icon which represents your pointing device's movements on your display. It allows the user to manipulate objects on the screen with a mouse, a touchpad or any other pointing device. In this article, we will see how to automatically move the pointer to the default button in a dialog box.