Using the Keyboard to Right Click
These days, using the mouse, you can right-click almost anything in almost any window or program and bring up a "context menu."
This is a small list of things that you can do to the object that you right-clicked.
For example, you can right-click a file, and choose Properties from the context menu that appears.
If you are used to using the keyboard, and try to avoid moving your hands off the keyboard to the mouse, then you will love this tip!
You can bring up the context menu on any selected item by pressing Shift-F10.
This is exactly the same as right-clicking with the mouse, and should work almost anywhere that right-clicking works.