Windows only: For anyone who's ever wondered why double-clicking the left mouse button gets special status but the right button can only single-click, freeware application ClickZap adds double right-click actions to your mouse. ClickZap does everything from locking your computer to muting your system volume, but the minimise active window action seems like a real champ (even though I prefer minimising windows from my keyboard with the Capslock key). ClickZap is freeware, Windows only; you'll have to hunt for it a little on the download page.
Add Double-Click Actions to Your Right Mouse Button with ClickZap
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