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If you click with the left mouse button, the context menu that should appear when you click with the right mouse button? If you experience this problem on your Windows 10/8/7 computer, this article can help.
A left click opens the context menu
Open Windows 10 Device Settings and click Mouse and Touchpad. Scroll down a bit and click Additional Mouse Options. It takes you to Mouse Properties, where you can adjust the settings for the key, pointer, dial, wheel, hardware, and touchpad.
Here, under the button of the tab (16), you see a setting of the primary and secondary buttons . Make sure it is not marked. When checked, turn it off and click Apply/OK. If you enable/disable the checkbox, the setting is accepted. So, if you suddenly find that your mouse button is not working, try the other button.
This should solve your problem.
If this is not the cause of your problem, you may need to run a virus scan and scan your system for malware.
Start in the clean start state and check whether this is the case. If this is not the case, it may be due to the installation of software. You will then need to identify the software in question.
You can even uninstall and install the latest version of your mouse driver.
Also check your accessibility settings and see if there are any changes that cause this.
Or maybe your mouse hardware needs;
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