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new HP Pavillion 17t laptop touch pad - is there a setting to prevent changes in fonts/view

Product Name: Example: Pavilion 17t
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a brand new computer and not liking the touch pad that randomly changes the fonts. Is there a setting where I can prevent this from happening. 

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Re: new HP Pavillion 17t laptop touch pad - is there a setting to prevent changes in fonts/view

Hi,

 

Try disabling 'Pinch Zoom' as follows.

 

Open windows Control Panel and in the top right, next to View by: select 'Large Icons'.  From the new layout, select the Synaptics entry.

 

Remove the checkmark next to Pinch Zoom * ( see the image below ), then click Apply and Ok to save the change.

 

Pinch Zoom.PNG

 

Regards,

 

DP-K

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Re: new HP Pavillion 17t laptop touch pad - is there a setting to prevent changes in fonts/view

I'll try it out.  Thank you!!!

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Re: new HP Pavillion 17t laptop touch pad - is there a setting to prevent changes in fonts/view

You're welcome :smileyhappy:

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