Tuesday, 12 August 2014


The three-button scrollmouse has become the most often available design. As of 2007 (& roughly since the late 1990s), users most often employ the second button to invoke a contextual menu in the computer's program user interface, which contains options specifically tailored to the interface element over which the mouse cursor currently sits. By default, the primary mouse button sits located on the lefthand side of the mouse, for the benefit of right-handed users; left-handed users can usually reverse this configuration by program.

Mouse buttons are microswitches which can be pressed to select or interact with an element of a graphical user interface, producing a one-of-a-kind clicking sound.

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