Changing to a Chromebook from a desktop PC requires getting used to some new approaches. Like Apple computers, Chromebooks have no right and left click keys, but of course you still need the right-click function for certain tasks. Most users who switch will wonder how they can right-click Chromebook.
That's pretty straightforward, but not so intuitive. That's why we're here to help you get the most out of your Chromebook.
Let us immerse ourselves.
The good news is that your buttonless trackpad is much more versatile than it looks. It clicks down like a mouse button, like when you need to select something or move the cursor.
But the trackpad button can do more than that, and the trick is to touch it with two fingers instead of one finger. You'll feel awkward the first time, but you'll get used to it in no time. For example, if you want to scroll, use two fingers to move up and down or over the trackpad, depending on the direction you are scrolling. If you right-click on Chromebook, just click the trackpad once with both fingers , Depending on where you clicked, a menu is displayed which is normally created by clicking with the right mouse button and which you can normally scroll through.
If you've gone that far, you're all good. You now know how to right-click Chromebook.
Do you have problems with the right mouse click? Are you aware of something that works better on a Chromebook or PC? Let us know in the comments!