It turns out that such a familiar thing as a computer mouse can be used in quite unusual ways, performing useful actions with it. Maybe you do not know about all these “secrets”.
1. Selecting a fragment in the text
To select a portion of the text, click at the beginning of the desired location, and then go to where the selection ends and click again, while pressing the Shift key.
2. Go back-forward in the browser
To go to the previous (or next) page in the browser, you can not click on the buttons on the top toolbar, and hold down the Shift key and scroll the mouse wheel forward or backward. (Works in FireFox, Chrome must install the Chrome Toolbox plugin or Chrome plus)
3. Zoom in and out
To change the scale of the displayed page, hold down the CTRL key on the keyboard and twist the mouse wheel.
4. Allocation of one word and one paragraph
To select a word in the text, you need to quickly click on it twice. To select a paragraph in the text – you just need to perform a triple-click.
5. Selection of several fragments in the text
To select several separate fragments in the text – words, sentences, paragraphs – you need to select them with the CTRL key pressed.
6. Open links in a new tab
To open a link in a new tab, you can click on it by clicking the mouse wheel. However, if this method does not work, there is another: just click, as usual, the left mouse button on the link, while holding down the CTRL key.