Left-handed people represent only 10% of the world population and are confronted with daily obstacles that right-handed people may not be thinking about. The use of a right-handed mouse does not have to be such a problem. To change your mouse buttons in Windows 10.
Switch the mouse buttons on the control panel
Open the control panel by searching for "Control Panel" in the Start menu and then selecting "Control Panel" in the search results.
The configuration screen appears. Select "Hardware and Sound."
Select the "Mouse" link in the "Devices and Printers" group.
You are now in the "Mouse Properties" window. Check the box next to the "Switch between primary and secondary buttons" in the "Button configuration" group. Select the "Apply" button at the bottom right of the window to apply the change.
Switch the mouse buttons of the Settings menu  Windows + I & # 39; on your keyboard to open the Settings menu. Select the "Devices" option here.
Then select "Mouse" in the left pane.
You now see a large selection of customizable options for your mouse. The first option that is mentioned is to select the primary button for your mouse. Open the list and select "Right" to swap the mouse buttons.
Switch the Registry Editor mouse buttons
Open Registry Editor by searching for "Regedit" in the Start menu and selecting "Registry Editor" from the search results.
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After opening, navigate to the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Control Panel Mouse 
Scroll down in the right pane until you see the "SwapMouseButtons" option. Select this item.
Once selected, the "Edit String" window appears. Enter "1" in the "Value data" text box to set the right mouse button as the primary button. Select the "OK" button to save your changes.
To switch the mouse control back, repeat these steps and enter "0" in the "Value data" in the text box.