How to Enable Two Finger Tap for Right Click in Windows 11 or 10?

In windows, right-click option is essential for users for daily use. If you using the mouse for right-click but if the mouse is not working properly. If you are a regular user of windows it’s a big issue for you. You can solve this issue if you want to use a laptop touchpad for right-click. In Windows 11/10, this feature is available to enable Two Finger Tap For Right Click in Windows 11 or 10.

In this risewindows article, we will guide you on how to Enable Two Finger Tap For Right Click in Windows 11 or 10.

How to Turn On Two-Finger Tap for Right Click in Windows 11?

To enable two-finger tap for right-clicking in Windows 11 laptop, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, press the Windows + I shortcut key to open the Settings app.

Step 2. When setting app appears on your windows, click the Bluetooth & devices option present at the left panel of the screen.

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Step 3. Then, choose the Touchpad option in the following screen.

Settings-Bluetooth-devices-Touchpad

Step 4. Next, click on the Taps option.

Settings-Bluetooth-devices-Touchpad-Taps

Step 5. At last, check the box “Tap with two fingers to right-click.”

Settings-Bluetooth-devices-Touchpad-Taps-Tap-with-two-fingers-to-right-click

That’s it. Then, close the setting app.

Now, you can open the right-click context menu by tapping with two fingers on the touchpad.

How to Enable Two-Finger Tap for Right Click in Windows 10?

To enable two-finger tap for right-clicking on Windows 10, do the following steps:-

Step 1. Firstly, open the Settings app by pressing the Windows + I hotkey.

Step 2. Next, when the setting app appears on the screen, click on the Devices option.

Settings-Devices

Step 3. Then, choose the Touchpad option from the left panel of the screen.

Settings-Devices-Touchpad

Step 4. After that, under the Taps section, click the box before Tap with two fingers to right-click option.

That’s it. Then, close the setting app.

Now, tap on the desktop or a file/folder with two fingers to open the right-click context menu.

All the best!

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