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Feb 25,  · once that is done – restart and go to control panel — click on change Dell Touchpad settings link — from there go to the Gestures Section and you can choose to Reverse Scroll Direction and swipe settings (such as getting rid of the charms menu and such)Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Click on the Start button, click on ” settings “, then click on ” devices ” and finally click on ” touchpad “. Do you see this message: “Your PC has a precision touchpad”? If yes, then you’re good to go. Otherwise, check our videos on standard touchpad settings. Change the touchpad settings. Attach your Surface to its keyboard or Type Cover. Go to Start > Settings > Devices > Touchpad. Adjust your settings under Touchpad.

 

Change touchpad settings windows 8.Changing touchpad settings and features on Windows 8 or Windows 10

Aug 23,  · Changing touchpad settings and features on Windows 8 or Windows 10 Press the Windows key and type “Mouse.” Select “Change mouse settings”. The “Mouse Properties” box will appear. Select the “Advanced” tab and click on the “Advanced features settings” button. The “Advanced feature settings” box. Click on the Start button, click on ” settings “, then click on ” devices ” and finally click on ” touchpad “. Do you see this message: “Your PC has a precision touchpad”? If yes, then you’re good to go. Otherwise, check our videos on standard touchpad settings. Change the touchpad settings. Attach your Surface to its keyboard or Type Cover. Go to Start > Settings > Devices > Touchpad. Adjust your settings under Touchpad.
 
 
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I want to change the touchpad so that it doesn’t click on anything I accidentally double-tap twice. I only want a click to register when i actually click the mousepad I also want it so that when I “2 finger scroll” down a website or through menus it goes the same direction instead of inverted right now, i swipe up to go down and left to go right, i want 2 finger down to go down and right to go right I couldn’t find it under the control panel and mouse settings. The only thing i saw was double clicking.

Thanks for your help, hopefully i’m not the only one with problems. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. In reply to everg’s post on December 5, Hi guys! I bought a new acer aspire V5 touch yesterday and was so frustrated by the touchpad. Not only did I hate that the windows charms kept appearing when I was using the touchpad, but it zoomed in and out, and the bottom-up scrolling all had be annoyed.

I was able to fix all of these problems through the control panel. To fix the edge swipe try this if the windows charms appear when you don’t want them to : Control Panel- Mouse Properties- Elan- Options – One Finger tab – Edge Swipe – untick ‘enable’ To fix the zooming in and out function note that this is just for the touchpad and you will still be able to zoom in and out using the touch screen : Control Panel- Mouse Properties- Elan- Options- Multi-finger tab – Zooming- untick ‘enable’ To fix the bottom-up scrolling : Control Panel- Mouse Properties- Elan- Options- Multi-finger tab – Scrolling- untick ‘reverse’ I’m also really hating the two fingers needed to scroll using the touchpad so I might try to see if that is able to be changed as well.

Hope this information helps :. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to ralkazz’s post on August 7, I had the same issue and managed to get Elan working but the only thing that does work is the reverse scrolling YAY it works for me now.

This is what the answer was: ” Go to the 3-rd tab – “Additional” – and choose the last option to the left – “Gesture Effect”; there change the setting from “ZoomPerfect” to “Microsoft modern touchpad experience”; and then go back to the 2nd tab Multi-Finger and choose “Scrolling” again, and voila – now you will be able to change all the settings here, including the “Reverse” setting! This site in other languages x.