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Dell Vostro Touchpad Issue

Dell Vostro Touchpad Issue

Dell Vostro Touchpad Issue

(OP)
Hi,

I have a new Vostro 15 3590 laptop running W10 64 bit. The built in touchpad is a piece of c**p. I think the hardware is part of the issue but the software is the real issue. I have figured out how to turnoff all the gestures since that caused major issues (things like cursor jumping all over. I have turned the sensitivity down to low. Only choices are Most, High, Medium, and Low.

I believe that the sensitivity is still too high. Has anyone figured out how to reduce the sensitivity farther?

I can use a mouse but that has other issues.

I appreciate any help and thoughts!

RE: Dell Vostro Touchpad Issue

(OP)
Hi,

Maybe there is a way to turn off all gestures? I am strugeling with this issue.

Thanks in advance!

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