Are you new to Mac OS X? It can feel very different at first. One of the biggest things that turns off users making the switch from a Windows system is that they may think that there is no right-click in Mac OS. Sure there is. Here’s how to use it.
Go to your System Preferences. The best way to do this is hit the Apple menu > System Preferences:
Or go down to your Dock and click on the System Preferences icon, which looks like some gears against a greyish background.
Click on Mouse or Trackpad from the menu shown below
(we are using trackpad). Simply check off “Secondary Click” and you’re done:
Yes, we need to change the trackpad battery.
Bonus: With a trackpad, you can select how you want the secondary click to work:
We like “Click or tap with two fingers” but some may like one of the other settings.