Precision Touchpad Windows 10 Driver

Microsoft Precision Touchpad

Hello I've just got a new Samsung Laptop, and it has a precision touchpad (from Synaptics) in it. I'm trying to find a way to disable the 'Precision' bit of it, so I can use synaptics own drivers, which have more options (specifically, the palm control on it is awful, and the cursor jumps all over the screen when typing, and selects different input areas, etc. And I want to enable one finger scrolling, which isn't possible with Windows/precision). However, I'm really struggling to do this. I've downloaded the drivers from Synaptics site, but when I disable the device, install this driver (by manually selecting it using have disk), and restart, the touchpad doesn't work at all. If I install the driver by running setup, it appears to install fine, but makes no difference. If I let Windows choose the driver, it reverts back to the precision settings that I don't want!

Windows 10 Forums the biggest Windows 10 help and support forum, friendly help and many tutorials that will help you get the most out of Microsofts latest Operating. I'm sure he, like me, has the latest drivers for his device. That's not the problem. We want the precision touchpad options available for Windows 10--specfically the.

Been searching all day trying to find something, but no joy - any suggestions? Thanks Charlie. Ati Radeon Hd 5650 Driver Windows 10 on this page.

Microsoft has been trying to improve the touchpad experience on Windows 10 laptops. Laptops with “” are optimized by Microsoft, support standard gestures, and can be configured from the Settings app. Unfortunately, PC manufacturers can opt out of using Precision Touchpads. Now, there’s a way to install Precision Touchpad drivers even on laptops that don’t ship with them.

We tested this on a 13-inch HP Spectre x360 (2015 model) and on a 14-inch Dell Inspiron 14z (2012 model). It not only worked on both laptops, it made the touchpads feel a lot better—in our opinion. At CES 2017, an HP representative told us that HP was looking at making it possible for users to choose between treating the touchpad as a Precision Touchpad and using the manufacturer-provided drivers. It looks like that’s now possible—unofficially, at least. Update: The broke this tweak on both laptops we tried it on. We had some issues clicking and then our touchpads would stop responding shortly after boot. We don’t recommend performing this tweak at the moment.