Obviously, this problem can be a failure in the structure of the unresolved mouse button, and in this case there will be no choice but to change the switch (and you will have to be a minor to do this) or discard it. trash and buy another one. Let’s take a look at some of the options available to us.
What to do if the mouse has double clicked accidentally
The most common cause of this problem is a simple Windows setting that may have been accidentally enabled, so it’s worth checking out first. To do this, access Windows Explorer (WIN + E), and in the top menu click “View” and then click Options.
In the window that opens, check that in the middle section (Actions when clicking on an item) the option «Double-click to open it (single-click to select) is checked as shown in the following image.
If this is set up properly, we will see another configuration option, as the problem may be the speed at which Windows gets double-clicked. To do this, go to settings (click the start button and click the cogwheel icon), then from there go to Devices -> Mouse, where you will have to click on «Additional mouse options».
In the window that opens, check how you selected the default “double-click speed”. You have a double-click icon to check if the set speed liked you or not, so you should set it as the right fit for you.
The options we have at the software level here. If after looking at these two things the mouse still has the same problem then it is possible that the problem is at the hardware level. However, to make sure the problem isn’t in the software you can always try to integrate a different mouse and see if you have the same problem (if you don’t, the problem is not with the software but with the mouse).