With Windows laptops, you can often tap the touchpad or trackpad with one or more fingers to click. If this gets in your way, you can disable it or enable it if it doesn't work.
Different laptops have the option in different places
Generally you can tap with one finger to click with the left mouse button and with two tap fingers to click with the right mouse button. This option is relatively easy to turn on and off, although it hangs in different places, depending on the touchpad hardware that your laptop manufacturer has incorporated and how they have configured it. If you disable Tap-to-Click, you can still click by pressing the trackpad or pressing the buttons on it.
Many modern Windows laptops have Precision Touchpads. If your laptop does, you can configure tap-to-click and other touchpad settings directly in the Windows 1
Disable or enable Tap to Click
To check if these functions are available on your PC, go to Settings> Devices> Touchpad. (You can quickly access the Settings app by pressing Windows + i on your keyboard.)
Under Tapping, select & # 39; Tap with one finger to click once & # 39; in or out. & # 39; Tap with two fingers to right-click, & # 39; And & # 39; Tap twice and drag to select multiple & # 39; options. The exact options available depend on your PC. But if you do not see them, your PC does not have a Precision Touchpad and these options must be configured elsewhere.
 If you do not see the options here, you can probably press & # 39; Additional settings & # 39; Click under Related Settings in the Touchpad Settings panel.
This generally opens your touchpad settings panel in the old Mouse Properties window.
On an HP laptop with a Synaptics touchpad, it brought us to the "ClickPad Settings" pane. We can click on "ClickPad settings" to access the touchpad settings.
(You can also find these options by going to Control Panel> Hardware and Sound> Mouse and searching for the touchpad options that the touchpad drivers of your laptop have added to this window. You will find this on PC & # 39; s with Windows 7.)
We can then completely disable "Tick" or "Two-fingered tap," "Tap with three fingers" or "Tap with four fingers." Finally, we can save the settings by clicking "OK" twice.
Again, the exact options available, as well as the name of all settings here, depend on the manufacturer. of your laptop, how it configured your touchpad and the drivers that it used, although many laptops have Synaptics touchpads and look something like this, some ELAN trackpads have.
In some cases, some laptops do not offer once an option that allows you to disable tap-to-click, but most laptops do offer this option.