When using an application or an operating system, the menu that appears when you click on the right-hand button of a two-button mouse (also called right clicking). Single-button mouse users can bring up the contextual menu by holding down the ctrl key while clicking. The contextual menu appears at the cursor or where the pointer was placed when clicked and often contains alternate ways to use the options in the system��s toolbars.
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