Right click is one of the most important options built into Windows. When you press the right button on your mouse or touchpad on an item, the operating system lists additional options for that item.
Usually as a context menu, dropdown menu or jump list.
You can pretty much right click anywhere in the operating system. But if you don’t have a mouse handy, or want to use your keyboard, then Windows 10 will allow you to right click files, folders, drives, and desktop by pressing a simple key combination.
Many physical keyboards have a dedicated right click button, but if yours does not, you can follow these simple steps to right click.
1. Select one or more items that you want to right click on.
2. Press the Shift + F10 keys together.
Windows will register this as a right click, and open up the associated context menu, dropdown or jump list, depending on which items and where you right clicked on.