How to assign Force click on Mac

Force Click allows you to show maps and websites, bring up Quick Look to Look Up and more. It’s enabled by default and has been smartly designed to enhance your user experience on Mac. What about assigning Force Click on your Mac to bring about some pretty handy convenience while using it on your device? You can set Force Click with one finger to use it easily or tap with three fingers to turn off Force Click. Today we are here with a trick by which you can easily assign Force Click on Mac.

Yes, this possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to assign Force click on Mac by just following the below steps.

Steps To Assign Force Click On Mac

Step 1. First of all, open System Preferences on your Mac.

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Step 2. Nowhere tap on Trackpad.

Step 3. Now click on Look up & data selectors.

Step 4. Now you have to set it to Force Click with one finger to use Force click, or tap with 3 fingers to disable Force click.

Step 5. That’s it! Now you are done.

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