Touchpad is a pointing device to control the cursor on notebooks. Tapping is a light click with a finger on a sensor panel.
Tapping the pad by single finger may be interpreted as a click ("tap-to-click"). A tap followed by a continuous pointing motion ("click-and-a-half") can be used for dragging. Taping with two fingers (on multi-touch touchpad) is interpreted as a middle mouse button click or brings up a context menu.
Tapping is a very useful technique to perform user input without clicking real buttons. Some modern touch-pad devices don't have a hardware buttons at all. So tapping becomes a standard way to operate the touchpad.
Touchpad Blocker software solves a problem by disabling the touchpad for a small period if some keyboard button has been pressed.
You can change the delay and the keyboard shortcut to enable and disable touchpad blocking on a fly.
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