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This article shows how to enable or disable ClickLock in Windows 10/8/7. This function allows you to select, select and drag files, folders and items without pressing the mouse button.
Normally, we hold down the mouse button if necessary, then select the items. However, the integrated ClickLock mouse setting eliminates the need to hold the workpiece down.
Activate ClickLock in Windows
To activate Click Lock, open the Control Panel, then click Mouse to open the mouse properties. Under the Buttons tab, you can see ClickLock.
Select the Enable ClickLock check box. This allows you to select, select or drag items without holding down the mouse button. To start, briefly press the mouse button. You can click the mouse button to share. The holding-down part is omitted.
By pressing the Settings button, you can decide how long you need to press the mouse button before your click is locked. You can place a short or long click.
Then click OK and Apply.
To start the selection, press and hold the mouse button for 2-3 seconds. Then release him. Now start selecting the files. You will see that you no longer need to press and hold the button. When you have finished selecting, you can press the mouse button once to deselect it.
This can be very useful if you use the touchpad frequently. But it will also take time to get used to. This is not something that most people want, but there are some who prefer to use the mouse this way.
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