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Windows 10 and Fusion 8 and MAC?


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Windows 10 and Fusion 8 and MAC

I have installed Windows 10 with Fusion 8 on my MAC.

How can I activate the right mouse click to allow the "usual" windows functions?

Thank you.


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Aug 14, 2015
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Re: Windows 10 and Fusion 8 and MAC

Welcome to iMore!

Unlike OS X, most other operating systems require the use of multibutton mice. Most Mac users know you can ctrl-click to simulate a right click, and you can do that in Fusion as well. But if you actually want to ctrl-click select multiple items in Explorer?

In Fusion’s Preferences, go to the Keyboard & Mouse tab, Mouse Shortcuts. Uncheck the secondary button shortcut (or map it to something else) – now you can ctrl-click.

If you still need to right click and don’t want to remap to a different shortcut, there may be other options. For laptop users, you can enable two-finger right clicks in System Preferences > Keyboard & Mouse > Trackpad. If you have a Mighty Mouse, you can enable right click in System Preferences > Keyboard & Mouse > Mouse. OS X has always supported multibutton mice, you can always plug in your favorite multibutton mouse.

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