To move a window from one position to another position, we click on the title bar, hold, and drag it to another position. If we enable ClickLock, we do not have to hold down the left click through the position change. Simply, we can click on a window for a particular amount of preset time, release it, and still, we can move the window anywhere we want.
In this tutorial, we will learn to enable or turn on ClickLock in Windows 10. This Click Lock feature is also available on Windows7/8 that lets you highlight, select and drag files, folders, and items without pressing the mouse button.
Normally, we hold down the mouse button and then select the items. But the built-in ClickLock mouse setting lets you change the behavior of moving the items from one place to another.
One can turn on the ClickLock feature on Windows 10/8/7 from the Control Panel.
Step 1. To turn on the ClickLock feature on Windows 10, click on the
Step 3. The Mouse Properties window will be opened. Under the
Step 4. Finally, click on
Once you have completed the above steps successfully, you can select, highlight, or drag items without holding down the mouse button. To start, you have to press the mouse button briefly. To release it, you can click on the mouse button. The holding-down part is no longer required to move the items.
To adjust the timing, how long do you need to press the mouse button initially before you click is locked, click on the
Finally, click the
To move an item or multiple items from one window to another, press and hold the items for a specified time as you have set, say, 2-3 seconds. Then release it. You will notice that you no longer need to hold the key down. Once you have finished highlighting, press the mouse button once to release the selection.