To disable the touchpad “Tap to Click” feature in Windows 11, simply follow our simple instructions.
This guide will show you how to disable the touchpad’s “Tap to Click” feature in Windows 11.
Almost all laptops allow you to “click” by simply tapping your finger on the surface of the touchpad. If you don’t want to use tap to click and prefer to use traditional buttons, you can disable it in Windows 11 settings.
How to disable touchpad “Tap to Click” on Windows 11?
The procedure is simple; simply follow the instructions in the table below:
- Navigate to the Windows Settings dialogue box. (Use the Windows+i hotkey or click the gear icon after entering the Start menu.)
- After that, select “Bluetooth & Devices.”
- Choose “Touchpad.”
- Scroll down to find the “Taps” section.
- If you click on it, you’ll see a menu.
- Uncheck the following checkboxes:
- “To single-click, use a single finger to tap.”
- “Tap with two fingers to right-click.”
- “Tap twice and drag to multi-select.”
- Close the Settings dialogue box.
That concludes our discussion. You have successfully disabled the tap to click function in Windows 11. You can enable the touchpad feature by following the steps outlined above. Almost double the settings!