We’re deploying a [MacBook] for one of our users. Thanks (?) to [Boot Camp], we’re able to install Windows XP and set this as the default OS. But there is one *glaring* problem with running Windows on a MacBook–no right button on the trackpad! Under OS X you can “right click” by holding down the control key while clicking the one-and-only mouse/touchpad button, but this doesn’t work while running Windows (at least under Boot Camp). I finally found a solution buried in the [responses to a comment](http://www.engadget.com/2007/03/29/apples-boot-camp-1-2-supports-windows-vista/comments/4192180/) on [Engadget] — just touch the trackpad with *two* fingers and you can “right click” with the trackpad button. I agree with one of the replies: not the typical elegance I expect from Apple, but at least it works!
[Boot Camp]: http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/