Tekzilla shows you a mouse selection tip especially for laptop users to help you click and drag icons.
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How to Click and Drag Icons – Windows
Welcome to Tekzilla Daily. I’m Veronica Belmont. Whether it’s Xp, Vista or Widows 7, windows has some seemingly random features hidden in their options menu seem most go unnoticed. But, it’s my job to uncover these gems for you and I found one that will give you more options when it comes to selecting large groups of files.
Just open the control panel and select mouse. In the buttons tab, you’ll see an option labeled click lock. Selecting this box will give your pointer the power to click and drag without holding the mouse button down the whole time. Just breezily hold the mouse button once, and our machine will lock it so you can then select multiple files, try an icon around or anything else that you might need to hold your mouse button for.
This is especially handy for laptop users. You’ll find it extremely awkward to hold the mouse button down while using a track pad. Pretty snazzy, huh?
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