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right-click

(hardware)
To click the right-most mouse button on a mouse with more than one button. This usually performs a different function from the left button, e.g. displaying a context-sensitive menu (Microsoft Windows), extending the selection (X).

When used as a verb it is often written as two words with a space instead of a hyphen.
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With the Windows right-click and scroll-wheel features, a user points the cursor at an area of interest on the display and right-clicks to bring up a menu of possible controls including the appropriate actions or features pertinent to those objects.