Right click is a pretty basic function on any Mac. But, if you are using Windows 7 on your MacBook Pro or any other Mac, you might have a strange problem where doing a right click on your track pad does zilch. Here’s how to fix it.
How to fix non-functioning right click on MacBook, in Windows 7?
When you have Windows open on your MacBook, go to control panel. You will be able to find it from the start menu. Once there, go to Boot Camp Applet. Locate the tab for trackpad and make the necessary changes to make the right click work again.
Sometimes, what happens is that these settings get rewritten or set weirdly when a new user is created in Windows that is run on a Mac, using Boot Camp.
Carrying out this small fix should bring your right click back to life.