You can easily switch primary and secondary buttons in mouse, set the double-click speed of the mouse, and turn on click lock in Windows 7.
To switch mouse buttons, double-click speed, clicklock settings in Windows 7 follow the below given steps:
1) Click on Start menu and then click on Control Panel.
2) In Control Panel, from the right side, select “Small icons” from “View by” drop down menu.
3) Then, click on “Mouse”.
4) In Mouse Properties dialog box,
i) Under button configuration: Check option “Switch primary and secondary buttons” to turn the right button of your mouse to a primary button and to turn left button of your mouse to a secondary button.
ii) Under Double-click speed: Here, you can move the slider over to the slow end or the fast end to change the double-click speed as per your requirements. You can test the double-click speed by double clicking the folder icon on the right side.
iii) Under ClickLock: Check “Turn on ClickLock” option to enable click lock. ClickLock is a setting by which you can highlight or drag an item without holding the mouse button as your normally do for highlighting or for dragging. All, you need to do is to press the primary mouse button for some time for the item in question. To release the ClickLock you can click on the primary mouse button again. You can click on the “Settings” button next to the “Turn on ClickLock” option, to adjust how long you need to hold down the mouse button before your click is locked. You can move the slider towards “Short” or “Long” as per your needs. Click on “OK”.
5) To make the changes, click on “Apply” and then “OK”.