Some notebooks have a keyboard shortcut combination to enable and disable the touchpad: Fn+F7 on Acer, Fn+F9 on Asus. Other computer manufacturers use different combinations in different models of laptops.
If there is no shortcut or hardware button to disable the touchpad, use mouse driver settings in the Control Panel of your PC.
Touchpad can be a source of cursor jumping and other usability problems when the user is typing a text on a notebook and accidentally touches the sensor. Some people hate this behavior and want to disable the touchpad at all. Others frequently disables and enables the touchpad using a switch button or a keyboard shortcut.
You can manage the delay and specify a keyboard shortcut to turn touchpad blocking on and off.
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