Reply John L July 3, 2014 at 2:37 pm I use 8.1 Update on all of my computers with no issue. Going to full page on some mouse clicks seems to be a default that I can do without. Image Credit: Karlis Dambrans on Flickr Previous Post10 Clever Ways To Optimize The Windows Shutdown ProcessNext PostHow To Download Free Fonts & Manage Them In Windows 50 comments Write a Comment Leave Now WHO would think of searching obscure subfolders and landing on TAPPING, then unchecking the "enable tapping" box? have a peek at these guys
I have gone to IE to check for proxy and they appear to be alright although I don't know if I checked them in the correct manner in order to make Many thanks! Internet Productivity Dropbox vs. To use this program you need an active Internet connection.
Apparently this is the result of a corrupted driver or a virus designed to annoy. I noticed at that time that Microsoft has a support page up detailing the issue. This ridiculous "feature" has singlehandedly reduced the quality of my experience with Windows 7 to one of ongoing frustration!
Reply Rik July 2, 2014 at 11:02 pm I have been a Windows user since the early 80's and have never had a serious problem with it. Basically, the program intercepts "up" events for the left mouse button, and ignores any subsequent "up" events that follow within a very small time.The program is only compatible with Windows XP I do not use the Metro/Modern interface as it provides nothing. Our aim is to give you the best possible answer.
Thanks. I got tired of that and have been using Windows since XP through 8.1. Right-click your taskbar, select Properties, and use the options under the Navigation tab to configure how your system behaves. I sure hope this helps because I've been going out of my mind trying to solve this.
Than we started using it more for surfing the web and email and it became too annoying. This includes the hot corners that activate the apps switcher and charms bar when you move your mouse to the top left and top right corners of your screen. It will automatically click it. Reply John Hall July 2, 2014 at 4:31 pm Useful article - although my version of Windows 8.1 - fully updated does not have the touchpad "swiping from left" enable/disable options.
This could however be another option for Windows users who are experiencing the same phenomenon.My next stop were the Logitech mouse drivers. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-dual-monitor-issues-questions.html Click the "Start Menu" tab. 3. Had double-triple clicks for about 6 months. Well that doesn't work!
Sign up now. Reply Barrett Wendell January 31, 2017 at 4:52 pm # Thanks! mouse spontaneously moving and clicking in Drivers & Hardware I have had my windows 8 laptop for about 2 weeks now and the mouse cursor spontaneously moves. check my blog Maybe my fault for not explaining it properly.
Does this sound like the applicable problem in the article or something else? (it's definitely just a mouse problem, right?) ReplyLeave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.CommentYour NameYour E-mail (will I've searched online but there have been unable to find any solutions except for one for windows XP however I need to locate where I can turn this feature on or And that did not resolve this annoying problem.
OneDrive File Issues Windows 8.1’s integrated OneDrive cloud storage system 5 Smart Ways to Customize & Improve OneDrive in Windows 8.1 5 Smart Ways to Customize & Improve OneDrive in Windows 8.1 Reply DanTe March 22, 2012 at 4:53 pm # Glad I'm not the only one getting annoyed at this Window's "feature". And YESS, I did not chose at mouse setup, the function. In games, google, desktop everything.
this is the most annoying feature. Ideas!?! nothing shows up on my computer screen till windows boots up, you can't see anything at all on the laptop screen. 08-10-2010, 09:30 PM #8 jcgriff2 Team Manager, Microsoft news I would give anything if there was some way Microsoft would make this an easy fix to find from a Google search.
I have even disabled my touch pad and removed my mouse and it will still move and click. Right-click an empty area of the taskbar and choose "Properties". 2. So far, this has worked. All Rights Reserved.