How To Adjust Your Trackpad Settings [MAC]
Apple computers’ familiar trackpad– constructed in on laptops or as an add-on for desktops– provides the performance of a computer mouse with just the tap or nuisance of a finger or more (or three).
Use the trackpad preference pane to individualize settings as well as tailor trackpad performance to your needs. For example, if you do not want your “secondary click” to call for a two-finger tap on the trackpad, you can change it so that you tap with one finger in the lower-left or lower-right part of the trackpad. The pane provides a video clip reference for the various flexible clicks as well as motions.