Abolish any inconveniences when turning your laptop touchpad off or on. If you constantly face problems when turning on the touchpad or if you are annoyed by the constant involuntary touching of the touchpad, this article is just for you.
Those who do business on the Internet or are involved with computers may face laptop touchpad problems. The most annoying of these is the constant touching of the laptop touchpad while typing. This issue can sometimes cause typing mistakes or even make you close programs. It is possible to get rid of this problem by canceling the laptop mouse and continuing with an external mouse. At the end of the article, we have also included the instructions on how to enable the laptop touchpad in case of emergency after turning it off.
Not all laptops allow disabling the laptop touchpad with the function key. If your laptop is the one that allows such an option, try pressing the specific key in conjunction with the FN (usually between F1, F2, and F3). If it is not possible to disable it with the function key, you can go to the control panel and follow a few steps. Below we’ve described how to disable the laptop mouse from the Windows 10 or Windows 7 control panel:
Using FN (Function key) is the easiest way to manage the laptop touchpad. If you have tried the F1, F2, and F3 key combinations with the FN key but failed, you can try the steps below. If it is impossible to do this with an external mouse, use the TAB, ENTER, etc. keys of the keyboard.
Your laptop may have or lack a separate button that is responsible for turning the touchpad off or on. If you find it difficult to open the device manager every time, you can also use third-party software designed to take up the touchpad function.
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