This post is part of the Mac Quick Tips Series.
Today’s quick tip is for users new to Mac OSX. Most Macs now ship with the very cool wireless Magic Mouse but by default the mouse is not setup to give users a right click option.
It’s very easy to setup – here’s how to do it.
Go into System Preferences you will see an option for Mouse. Click that and you will see a screen similar to that below.
All you have to do here is turn on Secondary Click and choose right.
Then if you close System Preference you’re done. Now try right clicking on something like a folder in a Finder window and you will see how it works.