Solve Input Device Problems

Under Boot Camp, the keyboard and mouse, trackpad, or trackball that function perfectly in Mac OS X may not work correctly in Windows. Users of notebook computers and Bluetooth input devices have additional problems. But you can solve them with a few easy steps.

Right-Click with a One-Button Mouse

Many actions in Windows require right-clicking. In Mac OS X, you can press the Control key while clicking to display a contextual menu (the Mac equivalent of a Windows right-click menu), but this doesn't work under Boot Camp. If you're using a Magic Mouse, Apple Mouse (previously called "Mighty Mouse"), or a third-party mouse or trackball that has two or more buttons, you can right-click just as you would under Mac OS X. Similarly, ...

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