Welcome to this week's SST - Stupid. Simple. Tips. Quick to enable, learn and put to use.

They are the simple Mac settings and features which you're likely not using if no one ever took the time to point out.

Have you ever heard this from the Mac haters: "Macs suck because you can't right-click!"

Ok, #3 is the easy rebuttal to that:

How to Enable Right-Click on your Mac (which Apple calls Secondary click)

Being able to right-click gives you all kinds of power, from the basic copy and paste to all the different options offered by the apps you are working in.

Most importantly, if you're a PC convert, it will give you back the powers you thought you had lost.

If you haven't enabled this yet - DO IT!

If this tip is so basic and stupid you’re rolling your eyes at me, congrats - you’ve using this already!

What you can do is share this SST with the Macs users you know to help them like their Macs a little bit more.

Ok here’s the HOW to do it for Trackpads:

  1. Open System Preferences
  2. Click on Trackpad or Mouse
  3. Check the box that says "Secondary Click"

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