If you use a touchpad or trackpad, or if you have arthritis or other problems when using a mouse, you may find it difficult to hold the primary mouse button down and move the mouse at the same time to select text and move items.
However, there is a built-in feature in Windows called ClickLock that allows you to briefly hold down the primary mouse button, move the mouse to select text or move an item, and then click the mouse button again to end the selection or move. To enable this feature, simply follow these steps:
1. Right-click on the Start menu and select 'Control Panel' 2. Click on 'Hardware and Sound' 3. Under Devices and Printers, click on 'Mouse' 4. click on the 'Turn on ClickLock' checkbox 5. Click on the 'Settings' button
The Settings allow you to specify how long you need to hold down your mouse button before your click is locked. Click and drag the slider to one side or the other to shorten or lengthen the amount of time required to lock the click. Click OK to accept your changes