Miguel is an eccentric techie who loves to open up any subject to do with computers in the appropriate conversation. With more than a decade of experience, Miguel still doesn't grow tired of computers and their components. Think of a subject, and he'll have the know-how on it, even when you're talking about whether to declare a "char" pointer or "string" in C++. He now runs his own blog called The Tech Guy where he just blurts about computers in his own free time.
Do you know that the middle mouse click is not as useless as it seems to be? There are several useful things that it can do in a browser.
1. Clicking the middle mouse button (by pressing down the scroll wheel) on a link in a browser will open the link in a new tab.
2. Clicking the middle mouse button on an open tab will close the tab.
3. Clicking the middle mouse button on a website will turn the cursor into a autoscroll button (Windows/Mac only). You just have to move your mouse to scroll up/down/left/right the webpage. (Left) Click anywhere to deactivate the feature.