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Force Click on Mac is a lot similar to 3D Touch on the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. With Force Click, you can do a lot of stuff with ease because you'll not need to open the app, image, or web browser; you'll get the preview of it without needing to launch it. Initially, users have got a little problem adjusting to the pressure and we have already guided on how you can adjust Force Click pressure on Mac.

Today, we will guide you on the topic by which you can assign Force Click on Mac. Before we move forward, please note that the Force Click feature is available in 2015 MacBooks and MacBooks Pro. In simple terms, it's a hardware relevant feature and needs a compatible Trackpad. Now that you have the idea of how things work, let's move ahead with the process.

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How to Assign Force Click on Mac

How to Assign Force Click on Mac Trackpad

Step #1: Click on the Apple Logo and then click on “System Preferences.”

Click on System Preferences in Mac OS X El Capitan

Step #2: From the list of available preferences, click on “Trackpad.”

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Click on Trackpad in Mac System Preferences

Step #3: Now under Trackpad preferences, click on “Look up & data selectors.”

Step #4: Here you'll have two options; you can either select “Force Click with one finger” to use Force Click or “Tap with three fingers” to disable Force Click.

Assign Force Click on Mac

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Voila! You have successfully assigned Force Click on your Mac. That was quite easy, wasn't it? If yes, then it's time to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus to get an instant update on the post we publish. Also, download our iOS app.

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