We all have been thorough this annoyance. You are typing a crucial email and then the mouse cursor suddenly jumps to some other location or application.
This happens due to the high touchpad sensitivity. The best way to address the issue is to disable the touchpad while typing. Since manually disabling the touchpad every time you want to type something is not a good idea, it’s best to configure Windows 10 to automatically disable the touchpad while typing.
When you configure Windows 10 to automatically disable the touchpad while typing, the touchpad or trackpad is disabled/blocked as long as you type. The moment you stop typing, the touchpad/trackpad is enabled or activated again.
Fortunately, Windows 10 offers a built-in option to disable the trackpad while typing. You don’t need to go for a third-party software for this job.
Turn off the trackpad while typing in Windows 10
Complete the given below directions to disable the touchpad/trackpad while typing in Windows 10.
Step 1: Open the Settings app. Navigate to Devices > Touchpad.
Step 2: In the Touchpad sensitivity section, select Low sensitivity option from the drop-down box to disable the touchpad while typing. If you don’t want to completely disable the touchpad while typing, you can select Medium sensitivity option.
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