Most people know XP. I first hunted the Web for Windows 8 touch-pad drivers, but that search proved empty. The apps I have tried are rubbish, very slow to load and nowhere near as good as the desktop versions. It is very helpful :) I want to ask you a Question . Source
The installation went smoothly, but I immediately faced a problem I hadn't seen on my desktops - the touchpad wasn't working properly. Here, you should be able to find any updated drivers that the laptop manufacturer or the touchpad manufacturer has released for your specific device. Reply Ananda Krishnan M January 19, 2015 at 2:13 pm windows 8.1 for PC is automatically sleep and don't respond Reply anonymous January 8, 2015 at 4:21 am My touchpad or Each update to 8.1 has caused a series of problems. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2474684/what-to-do-when-your-laptops-touchpad-stops-working.html
by Seth Rosenblatt 2:41 Close Drag Tags Operating Systems Software Tech Industry Internet Tech Culture Laptops Microsoft CNET Review Microsoft Windows 8 Pro (Upgrade) Microsoft makes a bold statement for the It ensures that only verified code can boot, protecting the system against rootkits and other malware that might try to interfere with the boot process and load before Windows. Ideas!?! is it not suppose to be better ?
This update hides the message from the desktop. Reply Ouroborous July 4, 2014 at 2:08 am I haven't had any of the problems discussed in this article. Windows 8 lives way out on the frontier of touch screens and apps, and it hasn't forgotten how to interact with legacy software. Usb Mouse Not Working On Laptop Important: If the problem is that the pointer is moving around the screen erratically, make sure that the touchpad is not being touched while using the keyboard.
Many Windows 8.1 laptops and tablets are now including these high-resolution displays, which make text easier to read and offer better image quality. I performed system diagnostics but found no hardware issue. Clicking "Update Driver Software..." will have your computer search the Internet for an updated driver.Photo by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal/CNET In the Device Manager, go to Mice and other pointing devices and
One thing I would dearly love to see is some coherent information on is why the CTRL+C and CTRL +V commands are now so flaky.
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