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Delete a on macbook pro
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The first thing I noticed I couldn't do on a MacBook Pro running Windows (via BootCamp) was right-click. The second was that there was no delete key (the key . Here's how to replicate that button with a simple keyboard shortcut.
On some smaller Mac keyboards, including the built-in keyboard on the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, there's no forward-delete (or Delete) key; the keys stop at the Backspace/Return/right-Shift column. At any time, you can get rid of files, folders, and other items that you no longer need. You start by dragging items to the Trash, but the items aren’t deleted until you empty the Trash. Delete an item from your Mac or iCloud Drive.
Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Users & Groups. Click the lock icon to unlock it, then enter an administrator name and password. Select the user or group you want to delete, then click the Remove button below the list of users.
If you're unpairing an iMac, Mac mini, or Mac Pro, you must have a USB to unpair, then click the remove (x) button next to the device's name. The delete key deletes characters to the right of the cursor.
In contrast What is the best way to get around that inefficiency in a MacBookPro?. Photo by Matt McGee. Deleting text in front of the cursor with the regular Delete key can be done by holding down the Function, or fn key while pressing it.
You can also do this by pressing Control + D. You can delete the entire word behind the cursor by pressing Control + Delete or Option + Delete. Cmd+Backspace is the key you need to use to delete an item. Other options include rightclick and select "Move to Trash" or drag-drop the item on the Trashcan. As an alternative to Fn + delete, you can also use control + D to trigger a forward- delete, Non-Unibody MacBook Pro Fn Key Location.
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