Another input device productivity tip: Swap your right button and middle button's actions.
Why? The right-click action is not much used, and middle-click is much useful. And right button is much easier to press than pressing the mouse wheel.
The right-click almost always activates a context menu. For majority of people, that's mostly used in browser, and not very often.
The mouse wheel button by default does several more useful things in all major browsers:
If you have Microsoft mouse, its bundled software IntelliPoint can easily do that. Just go to Control Panel, find the mouse icon.
Logitech mouse also has bundled software that lets you swap easily.
You can use AutoHotkey. Here's the AutoHotkey code to swap:
Create this file, save it as
swap_buttons.ahk, and you need to tell AutoHotkey to start it when your computer starts. For how, see: AutoHotkey Basics.
See: Linux: How to Swap Mouse Buttons.
You should also make everything single-click. See: