In the Windows operating system, there isThe ability to customize the mouse buttons in accordance with their preferences and capabilities. The included right button is convenient primarily for left-handers, but for people who have a right-handed "working" hand, such settings are extremely inconvenient and unaccustomed.
To disable the right mouse button, you need to perform several actions.
From the "Start" menu, call "Control Panel". Depending on the settings of a specific computer, the panel can be accessed immediately or will be located in the "Settings" section. In the window that opens, go to the category "Printers and Other Hardware" and select the "Mouse" icon. If & nbsp- "Control Panel" & nbsp-has a classic look, click on the desired icon at once. A new dialog box opens.
In the "Properties: Mouse "tab, click the" Mouse Buttons "tab. In the "Button Configuration" section, clear the marker from the field opposite the "Exchange Button Assignment" line. New settings go into effect immediately, so the following commands are activated with the left mouse button. Click on the "Apply" button at the bottom of the window and the & nbsp- "OK" button (or the X icon) to close the properties window.
The "Properties: Mouse "allows not only to change the purpose of the buttons, but also to configure the device to work in the optimal and comfortable for you mode. If you are using to double-click to open folders and start applications, set the speed of double-clicking by using the slider on the "Mouse Buttons" tab.
To change the appearance of the mouse cursor, go toThe "Pointers" tab. Use the drop-down list to set the kind of cursors that you like. In the "Wheel" tab, set the number of lines to which the page will move when the mouse wheel is scrolled. After the configuration, click the "Apply" button and close the window.
If you want to remove a double click to callFiles and folders, open any folder on your computer. On the top menu bar in the "Tools" section, select "Folder Options". In the dialog that appears, click the General tab. In the "Mouse clicks" section, set the marker opposite to the "Open with one click, highlight with a pointer" period. Click the Apply button and close the Properties window.