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TOUCH SCREEN DISABLE

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HP 15 TS NOTEBOOK
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

HOW CAN I DISABLE THE TOUCHSCREEN FUNCTION OF MY HP 15 TS NOTEBOOK?

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Welcome to HP Forums @CHUCKPILOT,

 

Thanks for the post and I see you want to know how to disable the touchscreen on your notebook. I would like to help.

 

Right-click on the Windows (Start) button.

Select device manager.

Once you have the device manager open.

Expand human interface devices

Right-click on the touchscreen listed there and select disable. 

Please find the generic image of the device manager for the same, (parts shown in the image might not be same on your computer.)

This should disable the touchscreen for you. 

 

Let me know how it goes. 

 

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