This post shows students and new users the steps to change or change the primary mouse button when using Windows 11. By default, Windows 11 uses the left mouse button as the primary button to select, drag, click, and perform. normal mouse operations.
By default, the primary mouse button is located on the left side of the mouse, for the benefit of right-handed users. Left-handed users often reverse this position in Windows.
Windows allows users to switch or change the primary mouse button to be to the left or to the right. When Windows uses the right button, all normal mouse operations, such as selecting, clicking, and dragging, are performed with the right mouse button. The left button will be used to invoke a context menu in the Windows interface.
Some left-handed users prefer to use the right mouse button for normal operations and the left mouse button for the context menu. Whatever your reasons, you can easily change the primary mouse button when using Windows 11, and the steps below will show you how.
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To start swapping or changing the primary mouse button, follow the steps below.
As mentioned above, Windows 11 uses the left mouse button as the primary button to select, drag, click, and perform normal mouse operations on the left side of the mouse, for the benefit of right-handed users.
If you are left-handed, you can reverse the button’s function.
Windows 11 has a centralized location for most of its setup applications. From system settings to creating new users and updating Windows, everything can be done from the System settings crystal.
To access the System Settings, you can use the Windows key + i shortcut or click Start ==> Settings as shown in the following picture: