Click this button to pin or unpin the currently selected tab. Close Ctrl+Shift+F4: Click this button to close the selected tab. Help F1: Click this button to open the corresponding help page. As of OS X Yosemite, the green button turned into a “full screen” trigger. Red button to close, yellow button to minimize, green button to make it full screen,.
Apparently for the newer version of Bootcamp, they replaced the right-click method from a background program (much like Brightness.exe and AppleTime.exe), to an actual Trackpad driver that will allow a two finger + click on the Trackpad as a right-click. During my saga to install Vista, I kept wondering why the right-click functionality doesn't work, and finally when I gave up and moved back to XP I found that it still did not work. What I ended up having to do was force the Trackpad driver to install, as Windows seems to prefer a more generic (but signed) driver over the Apple specific (and unsigned) driver.
Your mileage may vary, but first check under USB devices to see if 'Apple Trackpad' is listed. If not, you might try to reinstall the Bootcamp drivers, however what I ended up having to do is go there every single device in the 'Human Interface Devices' list, try to update the driver, and see if Windows lists 'Apple Trackpad' as a compatible device. Once the driver is installed, right-click functionality, and scrolling via the Trackpad works properly.
- среда 14 ноября