How to enable or disable Force click on Mac

As we know 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 developed to enhance your user experience on Mac. But what if you don’t like Force Click and want to use your Force Touch trackpad as a traditional trackpad, how would you do that? Today we’re here with a trick by which you can easily enable or disable Force click on Mac.

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

Steps To Enable or Disable Force Click On Mac

Step 1. First of all, you need to open System Preferences on your device.

Also Read: How to assign Force click on Mac

Step 2. Now you need to click on Trackpad.

Step 3. Now here you’ll have to uncheck Force Click and haptic feedback to disable it and again checked it to enable it again.

Step 4. That’s it! Now you’re done.

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