Many people struggle to figure out how to left click on a mac, especially those who are new to the platform or have been using a PC for 20 years. Thankfully, there are some simple steps that can be taken to resolve the issue.
The first step is to make sure that the mouse is functioning correctly. If it isn't, there may be a dirty sensor that needs to be cleaned. It is also possible that the trackpad is not working properly. This can often be caused by a small piece of debris getting stuck under the trackpad. Finally, it is possible that the system settings need to be changed. This can usually be done by navigating to System Preferences and selecting the "Trackpad" or "Pointer" tab.
If the problem persists, it is also worth ensuring that the trackpad's right-click function has not been disabled. This can be done by navigating to System Preferences or the Control panel and clicking the trackpad button to the left of the "Control" key.
Another option is to use the F11 key on the keyboard to simulate a left-click. This can be useful if the user has a keyboard that doesn't have a dedicated "Control" button or if the user prefers to use a single key instead of a combination of keys. If neither of these solutions work, it is possible that there could be a hardware issue with the mouse or trackpad, in which case the user will need to take their device to an authorized repair center for further assistance.