Archive for March 9th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

The glass trackpad on a new MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air is certainly fun to play with in the store. An Apple salesperson will quickly show you how to scroll, zoom, and right-click. But once you get your new Mac notebook home, some of the things you remember doing in the store may not seem to work the same way.


Image courtesy of Apple

It’s not you, but it’s not really the Apple salesperson’s fault, either. The difficulty lies in how a Mac is configured by default vs. the way most people end up configuring the trackpad. If you would like a few tips on configuring your trackpad, or you just wonder whether there’s an option or two you may have overlooked, read on.

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