Sometimes, users find the issue of Mouse Right Click not working on Window 10. To fix this issue, you should scan your full system with Webroot antivirus via www.webroot.com/safe. In this blog, you will read the method to fix if Mouse Right Click Not working in Window 10.
Method To Fix If Mouse Right Click Not Working in Window 10:
1. Update Mouse Driver:
To update, you need to tap on Cortana button which is on the taskbar and then enter Device Manager in search box. After this, choose to open the Device Manager. Now, you should tap on Mice and other pointing devices in order to expand the peripherals. Here, you should double left-tap on your mouse in order to open the Properties window and then hit on Driver tab. At this point, you should tap on Update Driver just to open the window. At the end, you should choose the Search automatically for updated driver software option.
2. Check Mouse:
For this, you need to tap on the Cortana button which is on Windows taskbar and then enter ‘hardware and devices’ in search box. Now, you should Find and fix problems with devices in order to open the window. At this point, you should tap on Next button to scan. After this, the troubleshooter will give you the list of detected hardware and device issues and then you can choose devices to resolve. At last, choose your mouse if it’s listed and then tap on Next button.
3. Switch off Tablet Mode:
Sometimes, right-click button do not work in Tablet Mode, so you should switch it off. The user should toggle the Tablet Mode on/off and press the Win key + A together as it will open the Action Center sidebar. It has a Tablet mode button, which you can tap to toggle Tablet Mode on/off. At last, you should press the button to switch off Tablet Mode.
4. Change Power Management Settings:
To change, you should start Device Manager. After this, you should visit to the Universal Serial Bus controllers section and just expand it. Now, you should double tap on USB Root Hub in order to open the properties. At this point, you should visit to Power Management tab and uncheck the option of Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power. To save changes, you should hit on Apply and OK button.
5. Run System File Checker:
To SFC tool, you should tap on Win key + X key together and then choose Command Prompt (Admin) in order to open the window. Now in the Command Prompt, you should enter sfc /scannow and then tap on Enter key. This scan will take 15 to 20 minutes and it will repair the corrupt files. At last, you should Restart Windows.
6. Run System Scan with Webroot:
For this, you should visit to Start and write Webroot and then double click on it to launch the tool. Here in the left hand panel, you should choose the shield icon. Now in the new window, you should tap on the Advanced scan option. At last, you should launch a full system malware scan with your www.webroot.com/secure.
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