Of course, he does, Otherwise how would the mechanism of daily living operate? In fact, total free will is the very basis of daily living. Whether it was the caveman three thousand years ago or you today, the human being has been free to decide what to do in a given situation. However, is it everyone's personal experience that what happens thereafter- the result or consequence of that action -- has never been in anybody's control. So where does that leave free will? It free will a tool for self-evolvement? Is it a device for the human being to accept responsibility for his actions? Or is it merely anational boon which is worthless is worthless in daily living?
Ramesh S. Balsekar discusses the issue threadbare in his crisp and lucid style and comes up with amazing insights which could forever change the way you perceive your free will.