Friday, August 21, 2015

How To Use A Mac Trackpad Without Having To Press Down - OS X Tip

One thing that I never understood with a Mac laptop is why they still make you (by default) have to physically press down and click on the trackpad. The good news is, if you like, you can set a Mac’s trackpad to tap to click!

Enable Tap To Click on OS X 

1. Open System Preferences.

2. Click Trackpad.

3. On the Point & Click tab, check on the option, Tap to click.

Another option you may want to switch on now, is the ability to drag open windows around, without having to click down on the trackpad. All you’ll have to do is use three fingers to drag.

4. On the same option screen, check on the option Three finger drag.


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